More than 80 MyCarForum (MCF) members, together with their partners and family, gathered at the Volkswagen showroom at Alexandra Road yesterday evening to attend the MCF Hangout with Volkswagen. The event was a chance to showcase the full range of Volkswagen models and their high-end features and technologies, as presented by their highly-trained service team.
Yes, this is Daihatsu's brand new Altis. No, it is not the successor to Toyota's Cat A COE bread and butter sedan that we Singaporeans love. To further confuse things, this is actually a Toyota underneath and is basically a rebadged Camry.
Always wanted a Porsche but can't afford one? Try this latest series of computer screens by a Taiwanese company that has partnered with Porsche Design to get as close as you can to owning a piece of Porsche-related product.
Looking basically like a toned-down version of the X2 Concept, which debuted at the 2016 Paris Auto Show, the baby BMW crossover is only a few months away from launch and photos of how it will look like has surfaced on the web.
Richard Hammond is back behind the wheel after a nasty crash that he's lucky to have survived. While we say "behind the wheel," we're not really sure that a joystick-operated wheelchair qualifies.
It's not surprising that "The Hamster" has made a few modifications to his wheelchair. "The Grand Tour" host posted a video of his electric wheelchair and gave a brief tour of what's been done to make it even better. Notably, it features twin "scabbards" for Hammond's crutches for ease of access. 10/10 on usability, then.