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  1. No, it is not driven by someone with little driving experience but... still a ID10T nevertheless. I can feel the pain of the car, and many car lovers out there, 'cos this is not a normal Mini JCW, but one with limited run of 3000 units (and this unit was gone too fast, literally). Even I am not a motoring expert, I know that drifting on soft / uneven ground is simply asking for trouble. There are just 3,000 units of the Mini John Cooper Works GP coming to the road, and judging by this video, you can already scratch one of those of that total. A video from the YouTuber Pog shows the excitement of him taking delivery of the limited-run hot hatch and eventually the despair of wrecking the vehicle. The Mini comes to Pog's house in a giant crate, which makes for an impressive unboxing. It also arrives with a bag that has a mini statue of Pog inside. Due to the lockdown from the COVID-19 pandemic, Pog can't take the JCW GP onto the road, so he decides to start doing laps of his yard. He doesn't have too much land, but there's enough space to create a little circuit around his house. Pog completes multiple laps, and there's some great cinematography in this video. Tragedy eventually strikes, though. After so many circuits there's a divet at the entrance of one of the homemade corners. Hitting it upsets the balance of the car, and the hatchback does a complete roll before ending back on the wheels. Pog doesn't suffer any injuries. The JCW GP is in rough shape, though. The worst damage is where the roof meets the windshield because it is crushed inward. While Pog is physically unharmed, he's going through mental anguish. He covered just 14 miles (23 kilometers) before rolling the limited-edition hot hatch. The JCW GP uses a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 302 horsepower (225 kilowatts) and 332 pound-feet (450 Newton-meters) of torque. It can get to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 5.1 seconds and a top speed of 165 mph (265 kph).
  2. Mockngbrd

    Jeep Compass 1.4 Limited

    For some strange reason, the kind people over at Jeep Chrysler gave me the keys to a Jeep Compass 1.4 last week. It was the first time I was given a non-BMW (and non-BMW related) car to review for a really really really long time. This was the first time I've driven a Jeep. (Unfortunately, I'm guessing it will probably be my last time as well.) I'm sorry Jeep, you deserve better. https://garage36.wordpress.com/2018/09/05/hard-knock-life-driving-the-jeep-compass-1-4/
  3. Lamborghini has apparently revealed their limited edition hypercar on the owners-only Unica app. Supposedly called the Sian, we are sure it isn't boring to look at or to drive. Based on the Aventador, the car looks like it is influenced by the Terzo Millennio concept. Lamborghini fans would notice the “63” logos on the car's vertical fins which is a reference to Lamborghini’s founding in 1963. According to The Drive, the car will have a 6.5-litre V12 engine taken from the Aventador SJV which also means that it should have at least 760bhp. Interestingly, there are rumors that it will also have an electric motor that produces 30bhp, making the total power output just under 800bhp a possibility. The car is expected to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show on 10th of September.
  4. This is the the limited-edition NIO x Razer ES6 Night Explorer. The electric car was displayed at China Joy 2019, a digital expo and conference in Shanghai. It was announced as a collaboration between the homegrown gaming brand and NIO, a Chinese automobile company manufacturing smart electric vehicles. Before you get too excited, the exclusive automobile is only limited to 88 units for sale in China. But interested Razer fans shouldn’t fret, as the new electric SUV is the first of several future partnerships between Razer and NIO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBMSM2VOQOc
  5. I would like to say hi to everyone and new member in this forum and the Subaru S204 sti version 9 limited edition performance show piece car natural original model which belongs to me.Please check it out on the scans below and let me know what you think later there.Thank you
  6. See pic below. I checked the manual and could not find anything related to this issue. just send to workshop? Any advise? thanks.
  7. This thread is for sharing of car model not available in Singapore. It is not necessary that the car must be something exotic, very rare or for that matter, cost you an arm and leg (well, every car here cost us an arm and leg already...) I still remembered in the early 90s (during the pre-internet era), when I made my first overseas trip to Europe, I was like a mountain tortoise, staring at every car model on the street, and spending half of my photo films shooting nothing but just "rare" cars that I have never seen in Singapore, hahaha OK, let me start the ball rolling, and these few are high on my list (and many more to come)... BMW X1 LWB. I am a sucker for LWB model, as the additional leg room in the rear make the car feel a class high than standard wheelbase model. BMW 5 Series LWB. Who will need a 7 Series if we can have this model... 3rd Generation Honda Accord (JDM). I am also a fan of pop up headlight... Honda Odyssey (USDM). This make it a very good competitor to the Alphard and like... Kia Grand Carnival. Another great looking full size MPV... 2018 Buick Enclave Avenir. A direct competitor to the highly acclaimed Mazda CX9...
  8. Yesterday I came across this handsome and charming watch. Any comments on this watch? http://products.edifice-watches.com/asia-mea/en/_detail/EQB-500RBK-1A/?_ga=1.49183343.873032325.1450668752
  9. chitchatboy

    Cream of the crop

    This is not your 'ordinary' WRX or STI. As much as the subtlety tries to hide, there are still little hints that will betray its true identity. This, is the Subaru Impreza S204. I'm not sure about the rest of you readers out there, but Subaru Imprezas and Mitsubishi Evos have a special place in my heart. In my childhood days, I spent a lot of time watching them at carpark rallies, instead of studying. And needless to say, I was all too happy to shoot this S204. A quick introduction of the S204. Based on the Japanese version of the 2.0-litre WRX STi (Singaporeans get the 2.5-litre version of the STi here), Subaru Technica International (STi) answered the request of its fans by giving the car more power and better handling through this limited run special. Only 600 units were said to be produced for sale in Japan but a quick search on the Internet revealed that the people living in New Zealand got a couple of units too. On that note, it is believed that every unit that made its way into Singapore had its number plaque removed. This troubled the previous owner, so while he was working in Japan, he got connected to the right people and managed to trace his car's number. It was unit 078/600. As mentioned, power was upped to 315bhp from 276bhp while torque went up to 431Nm. All these were achieved with the help of a twin scroll turbo design which was also featured in its predecessor, the S203. Turbo diameter in the S204 has been enlarged, while the turbine blade configuration has been altered to smooth out acceleration. Using a new turbo charger also necessitates the need to retune the ECU. Another highlight feature of the S204 is the installation of the Titanium muffler which helps lowers the exhaust back pressure. Of course, improvements were made to the chassis also. STi collaborated with Yamaha to develop a performance damper that improves handling immediately from the moment a driver turns in, through the turn, and at the exit. Other notable stuff include the strengthening of the spring rate by 50 percent and an increase of the rear sway bar diameter to counter body roll. As expected, STI-unique pink feature on the various bars and links... Similar to the S203, the S204 comes standard with super high performance P ZERO tyres by Pirelli. These tyres come mounted on lightweight aluminum forged BBS wheels in size 18 x 8.5. Moving inside, black was used on much of the instrument panel while lesser WRXs are painted in gunmetal colour. Usual JDM (Japanese Domestic Model) WRX STis get their speedometers rated till 180km/h but the S204 gets 260km/h ones. Other than Yamaha, STi also worked with Recaro to design these sexy lightweight bucket seats. Developed in Germany, the back is made of carbon while synthetic leather is used on the sides to add a touch of class. But frankly speaking, these seats aren’t exactly the most comfortable for long distance driving. Moving back to the exterior, STi gave the S204 some minor but significant aerodynamic upgrades. New carbon front underskirt lip spoiler and a newly designed rear spoiler improves airflow and provide added downforce. Other goodies done up by the previous owner include a turbo timer and HKS EVC boost controller. You may think that the car has since had its boost pressure increased but its current owner is more than happy with the stock boost pressure. I am guessing 320 horses are enough to piss some pesky taxis and hot hatches. Having tried another JDM 2.0-litre STi before, the S204's power delivery is noticeably smooth and more linear. This S204 also had its rotor upgraded courtesy of a well known japanese brand, ENDLESS. Unfortunately, there is still room for improvement in terms of brake modulation. All in all, the various upgrades to the S204 make it a significantly improved car over a normal STi. If I was looking for an AWD sedan that I would use for daily driving and give me the occasional thrill, this would be a great choice. Knowing that there are only 600 in the world makes it even more special.
  10. Submit a review on any GPS, Car Audio, Engine Oil, Tyre, or Accessories and stand a chance to win one of 8 pairs of Thursday Pit Lane Experience Tickets to see FORMULA ONE cars up-close! Two lucky winners will be chosen every week from now till 28 August 2013. About the Thursday Pit Lane Experience For the first time ever, 2,500 members of the public will be able to experience a Pit Lane walk for a privileged view of the Formula One garages up close, as well as the F1 Village in Zone 1 of the Marina Bay Street Circuit, before the Circuit Park opens to ticketholders. These 2,500 participants will also get to enjoy the F1 Village's carnival atmosphere, explore the interactive game stations, be entertained by live stage performances and roving acts as well as check out the memorabilia at the merchandise booths. The Thursday Pit Lane Experience will take place on 19 September 2013, a day ahead of the Circuit Park's opening. To find out the full list of exciting activities of the 'Rev Up Singapore!
  11. Submit a review on any GPS, Car Audio, Engine Oil, Tyre, or Accessory and stand a chance to win Limited Edition MCF Cash Card! One lucky winner will be chosen every week from 31-May-2013 till 31-July-2013. Contest Details 1. Log on to Product Guide 2. Select any product and write a review of any length 3. One lucky winner will be chosen every week 4. Winners can choose either to collect the prizes from our office or to receive by postal. Start submitting your reviews now! www.sgcarmart.com/products
  12. Following the step of its German rival, Mercedes-Benz, BMW will also launch an exclusive 5 Series lineup that only the Japanese can get their hands on. The premium German automaker will be offering sedan and touring variants for the BMW 5 Series Exclusive Sport Edition. The Japanese can choose a 2.0-litre diesel or a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged engine for both variants. These exclusive 5 Series will be limited to only 300 units, featuring a complete M-Sport package for its exterior. Meanwhile, on the interior, customers will get the comfort from a three-spoke M steering wheel, sports seats wrapped in Cinnamon Brown leather material, a Heads-Up Display, an upgraded audio system and a lot more to mention. If you're a fan of BMW and are lucky enough to be living in Japan, we think you might want to add this limited edition model to your collection. You can take it home for an exchange of something between 7,190,000 to 7,490,000 Japanese Yen. After all, you won't find the BMW 5 Series Exclusive Sport Edition in other countries or when the model is sold out - it's limited to 300 units only, remember?
  13. hi wactches guru, just to check if any 1 here that are good with hublot wacthes. this particular asf swiss soccer limited edition, got no crystal back, hence i cannot see the movement, and hard to identify if it is real or fake. any other ways? forget about those easy way of identifing like h shape screw these all, as good fake make it all the same, and even with cert.
  14. they reject insurance claim for my fren car for such silly stuffs. all the items are street legal. 100% screw up.
  15. Kar_lover

    A4 Limited Edition or 2011 C180?

    Hi My fren in dilema. I also not sure. Both cars 1.8L, around 160hp and 230-250Nm. A4 is CVVT, C180 is 7 g-tronic (heard got some stalling issues). Any major differences to highlight between the two? Thanks.
  16. Blackseal

    Lexus LFA N

    Lexus has finally dropped a few official savory details about its special-edition LFA N
  17. Seems like a good deal for the rich http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...084&DL=2318
  18. THREE units of the limited edition Lamborghini Revent
  19. Want to install a LSD on a FR car. Any good workshop with knowledgable mechanic to recommended?
  20. Seeing is believing. Going through is experience. There is so much to say but i think the best would be the work itself. Experience it yourself and see the difference. We are offering this special promotion for the first 50 cars that enroll with us. The package consists of 1 x full paint correction and 2 x maintenance polish. The promotional price is $500. Dclub is the only appointed Professional Detailing centre using Ultima products. Full paint correction - We'll restore your car to almost new condition or better. Just don't expect us to complete the work in a day, because we are not hiding the swirls or scratches. This process is not just about eliminating visible defects on the surface, there is more to it and we will be glad to discuss more with you based on your vehicle. Clear coat safe - We measure your paint thickness and recommend the process so that maximum result is obtain without long-term side-effect. Analysis report - We will professionally go through and provide consultation to aid your understanding. No compromise on quality and workmanship. We aim to provide the most professional and superior service to the auto appearance industry. There are no workers to handle your car and we will provide the same commitment for this promotion. 24 hours security - Security will not be a concern while your vehicle is in our care. Easy maintenance system - Having the pro to do all the necessary is half. Having the flexibility and sustainable maintenance system would be key to all vehicle owners. Therefore, we recommend Ultima Car Care system. Partnership with the manufacturer, we have put the products on test for 2 years and we are pleased with the overall result. That is why we recommend and uses ultima to provide 360 degree protection on your vehicle. If you are looking for professional and quality craftsmanship, give us a try. We believe we will not disappoint you.
  21. The Honda Civic Type R Euro has been a solid hit in Japan. The UK-built hatchback packs 201 horsepower, love-it-or-leave-it styling and a suspension that has been honed on the lunging tarmac of Europe. No, it may not be as fast as its predecessors, but that hasn't stopped Japanese buyers from snapping them up in troves. Honda says that since the car went on sale in November, the company has sold 1,850 units on its home turf. To celebrate, Honda is turning out a special edition version of the Civic Type R Euro three-door. Don't expect anything too radical, though. The car is basically a styling update and not much else. The bodywork gets a slight redesign for the 2010 model year. If Honda's planning anything spectacular, the company is keeping its secrets to itself.
  22. Drive very often and after sometime, feel damn bored of this place. An idea would be up north but scared kena rob there. Any idea where got any unknown interesting area in Singapore?
  23. Hi all Skoda enthusiasts , I got 2 limited edition diecast models of the Octavia A4 WRC up for grabs. WRC #1 Huy Rallye 2001 & WRC #11 Monte Carlo 2001. PM me if keen. You can view the pics in the Classfieds under Misc.