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BMW made a big splash in Tokyo this year as it held Asian debuts for two significant, new models: the future flagship BMW Concept 8 Series and the much-anticipated BMW Concept Z4 roadster—the latter receiving special attention from the Japanese as it is said to be sharing its platform with Toyota’s upcoming high-end Supra J29 sports car.

“This is what the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility will look and sound like...” exclaimed Daniele Schillaci, Nissan’s EVP for Global Marketing and Sales, as he opened the presentation of the Nissan booth before the numerous international press, at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show two weeks ago.

Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), celebrated 20 strong years in the local automotive industry by unveiling their latest offering: “Blue Power Technology.”

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The theme of the Isuzu booth in this year’s Tokyo Motor Show is “Driving the New Age of Transport.”

Hino Motors Philippines (HMP), the exclusive distributor of Japan’s leading brand of trucks and buses in the country, celebrated another milestone with the grand opening of its newest dealership along United Nations Avenue in Manila last Thursday.             

Pioneer compact car company Suzuki Philippines (SPH) supports the series of activities organized by several car clubs from the growing Team Suzuki Philippines (TSP) family.

The Isuzu Crosswind, without doubt, is one of the most reliable and flexible multipurpose vehicles in the country. It works hard and performs well while adapting to different needs and lasting for many years, thus earning the patronage of countless Filipinos. 

Malaysia seems to have more surprises than meets the eye.

With about 20 tropical cyclones entering the Philippines a year, we can expect more rains in the coming days. And rains, particularly in Metro Manila, almost always cause floods. 

With the challenge of the new vehicle excise tax hanging in the air, carmakers have been very busy laying down the groundwork for 2018 by launching all-new vehicles, opening or groundbreaking new dealerships, and even coming up with all sorts of events in a bid to keep their momentum going.

“The era of electric vehicles has come,” boldly declares Hiroto Saikawa, Nissan’s president and CEO, as the company pulled the curtains off the all-new, second-generation Leaf.

It has become common for Filipinos to enter a mall and see cars on display available for on-the-spot application and purchase.

August 30 marked a momentous event for Autostrada Motore, the official dealer of Ferrari in the Philippines, as it trained the spotlights on the 488 Spider for the dealer’s 5th Anniversary celebrations.