It is not an understatement to describe the latest Renault as unique. It is different from run-of-the-mill cars on three fronts: It has a turbodiesel power plant while the Singapore car market is primarily a petrol one; it is a hatchback when saloons and SUVs rule local roads; and it is a Renault.
In the music video for their new duet Can't Remember To Forget You, pop divas Shakira and Rihanna send temperatures soaring. In a sizzling scene, the duo frolic in bed clad in near-identical black lingerie, only to emerge later in a naked embrace.
On the advice of Gibbs chairman Neil Jenkins to "go full throttle", and his deadpan assurance that "it is not possible to tip it over", I launch the Quadski into the water at an offshore test location.
Singapore cannot afford to have many more roads. So there will always be restrictions on car ownership and usage. But what if amphibious vehicles were allowed to be registered here?
It is no secret that the Macan is based on the Audi Q5, but Porsche emphasises that two-thirds of its new SUV are bespoke.
For an idea of how big an improvement the new Ducati Monster 1200S is over its predecessor, look at its power output. In the softest mode - usually reserved for city or leisure riding - the new Monster puts out 110bhp, slightly more than what the outgoing 1100 Evo produces.
LONDON (AFP) - Lotus have set their sights on a top-three finish in this year's Formula One (F1) world championship after becoming the first team to unveil their car for the forthcoming campaign.
DETROIT (REUTERS) - General Motors Co (GM) will add 400 dealers in China this year as it looks to keep growing faster than China's overall automotive industry, which is expected to grow by 8 per cent this year, the automaker's top executive in that country said on Monday.
(REUTERS) - A United States (US) bankruptcy judge could soon rule on whether the 2009 government-led restructuring of General Motors Co (GM) improperly favoured hedge funds, and an adverse ruling could cost the automaker nearly US$1 billion (S$1.22 billion).
(REUTERS) - Toyota Motor Corp will keep its global output target for 2013 nearly unchanged from this year at 9.9 million vehicles despite a production cut at home, the Nikkei reported.