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2016 PIMS: Mitsubishi Gives The ASX A Facelift, Outlander PHEV Slated To Arrive Soon, XM Concept Premiered

The Mitsubishi ASX has been facelifted, which now carries the brand’s “Dynamic Shield” design language, and the design is further amplified by the 18 inch alloy wheels. 220 more words

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2016 PIMS: Toyota Ups The "Waku-Doki" Ante With Facelifted 86, All-New Prius, and FT-1 Concept

Toyota’s booth is very exciting for this year, as it shows three new cars that have been redesigned for better driving dynamics, or ups the ante further in driving excitement. 950 more words

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2016 PIMS: BMW PH Celebrates 100 Years With 2 Special Editions and i8 Preview

Having been launched in 2014, worldwide, the BMW i sub-brand is BMW’s vision for the future of mobility. With a lack of government support for vehicles running on alternative energy sources, or hybrid and electric vehicles, BMW i’s presence in the Philippines is bleak. 511 more words

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Toyota Adds Dual VVT-i Technology To Vios and Yaris

The Toyota Vios and Yaris has had an engine that has been unchanged since the first vehicles rolled off in 2002, and finally, it has now been changed. 256 more words


DRIVING The 2016 Volkswagen Golf GTI: Jack Of All Trades

Words: James Tagle
Photos: James Tagle

In the old days if you wanted a small, fast cheap and reliable car the VW Golf GTI was the grand daddy of hot hatches. 1,359 more words


Today Is A New Dawn For Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Manila (With Video)

Words: Isaac Atienza
Photos: John Carlos

A new Dawn for Rolls-Royce has arrived in Manila, and it’s here to set once again our country in glamour and style that only a Rolls-Royce can deliver. 338 more words


The New, Semi-Autonomous 2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is Your First Taste of Self-Driving Cars in The Philippines

And it begins with the car’s Drive Pilot.¬†Familiar with how adaptive cruise control works? It maintains the speed you set, let’s say, 100 kph, and then the minimum distance to the car in front, let’s say, 10 meters. 525 more words