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DRB Hicom to gain from Proton’s positive growth

National carmaker expected to be back in the black for the financial year of 2019.

No second chance for AP abusers, says crime analyst

Akhbar Satar says Malaysia can save billions of ringgit if the law is enforced strictly.

We didn’t lie, we had inaccurate info on 16 Toyota Camry...

This follows finance ministry's explanation that it had never received any application from the Perak government to give tax exemption for the cars.

Dance parties return to Baghdad, a far cry from violence and...

Two years since Iraq declared victory over the Islamic State, the capital has been quietly remaking its image.

Bogus JPJ officer cheats car buyer of RM27,000

Woman told ex-civil servant she was in charge of auctioning off vehicles seized by the department.

BMW’s Lucy prototype is an electric 5 Series that produces 720...

With all motors generating their maximum power, the car can produce up to 720 horsepower.

Macron to discuss Renault-Nissan with Abe next week

French ministers have consistently highlighted the importance of ensuring that the Renault-Nissan alliance remains strong.

Idris Elba to team up with Ken Block on Quibi car-stunt...

Actor Idris Elba and renowned rally driver Ken Block will star in Quibi's car-stunt series called "Elba vs. Block," which will pit cars against each other in a series of stunts.

Aston Martin built for James Bond heading to auction

The car was never seen in Bond films but matches the one 007 drove in 'Goldfinger' and 'Thunderball'.

Painter transforms BMW i8 into artistic experiment

The artist refers to his work as an automobile sculpture and artistic experiment in form and colour.

Global car makers face bumpy road as China hosts auto show

Fuelled by rising incomes and government sales incentives, China has been the golden goose upon which the global automotive industry has staked its future.

Proton says X70 is most popular SUV in Malaysia

With 2,979 registered in March, and more than 25,000 bookings, Proton hopes to reduce waiting times for customers

Automakers seek to electrify Geneva car show, fight off gloom

The automakers heading for Europe's biggest annual car show are already suffering from the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing.

Peugeot plans US return 30 years after exit

Peugeot exited the US market in 1991, having been surpassed by Japanese rivals. as it sold 3,500 vehicles that year.

Merkel says US calling European cars a threat is ‘frightening’

Merkel points out that the biggest car plant of German luxury brand BMW is not in Bavaria but in South Carolina, from where it exports vehicles to China.

Enact ‘lemon laws’ to protect car buyers, says CAP

With mounting complaints of car defects coming in, the consumer group says there is no legal redress currently for complainants.

Automatic braking agreed at low speeds from 2020

EU countries and Japan explained that the Advanced Emergency Braking Systems will be made compulsory for new cars.

Range Rover Velar range finally gets V8 engine with SVAutobiography Dynamic...

Land Rover's Velar lineup is getting a new model with more "performance, luxury, and exclusivity:" the Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic Edition.

Volvo recalls 167,000 cars worldwide

Volvo just recalled its vehicles two weeks ago on potential fuel leaks in the engine department.

All about the new Renault Clio V

It is billed as being sleeker, more dynamic and more connected than ever.

Volvo recalls over 200,000 cars to fix fuel leak issue

About 219,000 cars of 11 different models produced in 2015 and 2016 had been affected.

EU sets out plans for ‘limited’ US trade deal

The effort is also part of a strategy to stop Trump from slapping damaging duties on car imports from Europe, a danger that has especially unnerved Berlin.

At Detroit auto show, the future of cars is… in the...

Visitors are treated to mere new versions of age-old themes.

Bumpy ride ahead for automakers in China

Automobile sales in China fell about 14% in November, the steepest in nearly 7 years.