The Subaru XV

The Subaru XV2

 With the options of aesthetics and performance, can one actually have it all? The Subaru XV is trying to have its cake and eat it too. The Taipei heat did nothing to dampen the excitement for the regional unveiling of the Subaru XV. It was eye-opening, in more ways than one. First: the colour. It’s … [Read more…]

BMW M4 Performance Edition


With a marque that’s known for its calibre and stature, BMW and Munich Automobiles recently announced a new addition to the stable with the latest BMW M4 Performance Edition. This isn’t just a run-of-the-mill release with a cosmetic upgrade, the M4 is a trailblazer in its own right.

Triumph Rocket X – The Starship Enterprise


The original and first Triumph Rocket was launched in 2004. It had ongoing development and changes over the years to the current Rocket III, and now the Limited Edition Rocket X that was launch in 2015 which is the biggest, meanest and baddest version they have made to date.

Vanquish All Foes


Aston Martin and Zagato’s latest supercar is the peak of automotive partnerships Some automotive collaborations stand above the rest. Ford and Shelby come to mind, or the long-standing romance between Ferrari and Pininfarina.

Jeep Compass 2017 – A New Heading


THE ALL-NEW 2017 Jeep Compass just squeezes into the 15.4-inch gap between Jeep’s wee Renegade and its mid-size Cherokee. Built on the same “small-wide 4×4 architecture” that underpins the bugeyed Renegade, the Compass’s wheelbase grows 2.6 inches, the new ute casting a shadow 6.4 inches longer than its smaller sibling.

Kia Niro Hybrid


Say “KIA NIRO” three times quickly and it can sound like “Canyonero,” that fantastically flawed 35-seat sport-utility vehicle from The Simpsons, a vehicular ode to glorious excess gone awry. The new Niro is essentially the polar opposite of that—a lean, frugal wagonoid, albeit with a twist of the upright and rugged.

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Preview


The Corvette Stingray topped 40,000 sales for the 2016 model year, just cause for celebration. To give the C7 generation a rousing sendoff, Chevrolet will pop corks as it resurrects the venerable ZR1 nameplate later this year.