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BMW loves their combustion engine – won’t commit to firm EV switchover date yet

It seems like every other week, another major carmaker announces their plans to discontinue the internal combustion engine and switchover to an EV-only model...

Porsche Taycan waitlist now as long as six months due to “huge” demand

The Porsche Taycan - although priced pretty well here in Malaysia due to the tax structure for EVs - is still by all means...

The adorable BMW Isetta-inspired Microlino 2.0 city car is finally here

Remember the Microlino 2.0? One and a half years since the concept first made its debut, Micro has now finally launched the ultra-compact two-seater...

New Volkswagen ID.3 GTX looks set to be ‘new Golf GTI’ of electric hatchbacks

At the ongoing 2021 IAA Mobility Motor Show, Volkswagen’s CEO, Ralf Brandstatter, has confirmed that the ID.X Concept he posed with in May 2021,...

The Concept Mercedes-Maybach EQS previews an electric future for the ultra-rich

When Mercedes-Benz said they're all in on electrification, they really do mean all in. After unveiling new EV models for all of its sub-brands...

The new Renault Megane is now an electric SUV!

The Renault Megane E-Tech Electric has been unveiled at the ongoing 2021 IAA Munich Motor Show, one of the very few production vehicle launches...

BMW may soon cover the entire front section with the kidney grille

What started out as a joke has turned into reality. (Possibly) inspired by the memes online, BMW has turned the joke back on us...

Volkswagen ID. Life is a car, mobile cinema, gaming lounge, and power bank all...

Having introduced the ID.3 and ID.4 electric vehicles (EV), Volkswagen is now moving downwards to offer a more compact city car under the ID....

The Mercedes-Benz EQB lets you bring along six friends on your EV journey

Mercedes-Benz is having a jam-packed 2021 IAA Motor Show at Munich this year. Alongside the launch of the electric G-Wagen concept with the EQG,...

Smart is reinventing itself with the Concept #1 electric SUV

The small and quirky Smart cars of yore is no more. Following the 50% stake acquisition by Chinese giant Geely, the brand is now...