Rare Porsche on display

THIS weekend's Singapore Motorshow might be where most car companies make their best-sellers the centre of attention, but for Porsche, the main highlight is a car you can't buy.

The Lotus position is to be seen as a technology leader

WHEN was the last time you saw a Lotus? If it's been a while, new Singapore distributor Wearnes Automotive wants to change that.

Wearnes Automotive unveils S$1,200 monthly parking for special cars

SERIOUS art collectors store their items carefully, and now serious car collectors can, too.


BMW 118i M Sport: Reversal of fortunes

IF ANYTHING proves that brand values and heritage matter little to consumers, the new BMW 1 Series hatchback might be it.

2019 Honda Civic review: Rice to the occasion

IF THERE were an automotive equivalent of rice, your typical three-box Japanese family sedan is it. They're a staple of our roads here and are appropriate for use in many different ways, but can sometimes be as boring as, well, plain white rice.

New Citroen C5 Aircross and revamped showroom promise magic carpet comfort

MOVE over, Aladdin. Cycle & Carriage France launched a new car yesterday that could give a magic carpet a run for its money.

Goodyear’s Eagle F1 Supersport tyre is so racy, it’s almost illegal

WANT to make your car dance like a Porsche? One easy way is to borrow its shoes. That's the main idea behind the new Eagle F1 Supersport tyre range from Goodyear, the world's third largest tyre company by revenue.

Alpine A110 review: The best sports car you’ve never heard of

THERE are predominantly two schools of thought when it comes to sports cars. The more common opinion is that they should be about going as fast as possible, so they need big power, fat tyres, and the ability to leave everything in the dust down any road or track.

Jaguar XF review: Old school delights

BEFORE the advent of digitisation and driver assistance systems, luxury cars were defined by how you were physically isolated from the outside world, rather than how connected you could be to the digital one.

The most powerful car Mercedes makes is almost here

THE most powerful car that Mercedes currently builds made its regional debut at Malaysia's Sepang Circuit on May 3. Also the brawniest four-door car with a three-pointed star on its nose in history, the 639-horsepower Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe could be in Singapore as early as July.

Ford Mustang 2.3 Ecoboost: Muscle contraction

YOU might know one when you see one, but the "muscle car" has a formal definition: a large car, usually American, fitted with a powerful V8 engine; reasonably affordable, attention-grabbing, and very fast in a straight line, but not adept at much else.

A new Landmark for Land Rover's Discovery Sport

LAND Rover has announced the addition of a new version of its most affordable model, the Discovery Sport.

Lamborghini Huracan Evo: Looking better than a million bucks

THE latest iteration of Lamborghini's most popular sports car, the Huracan Evo (left), was launched in Singapore on April 17, priced at S$998,000 without Certificate of Entitlement. Customers who place orders now can expect to receive their cars in the fourth quarter of this year.

Skoda Octavia RS 245 review: Power to the people

SPEED doesn't come cheap in the car industry. At least, that's how things normally are. But if one carmarker has set out to democratise high performance, it's Skoda, the value-driven brand in the sprawling Volkswagen Group empire.

BMW X5 review: Leader of the pack

BMW's first Sport Utility Vehicle, the X5, came out all of 20 years ago, but it is clear that evolution has been kind to the model....

Infiniti QX50 review: Smooth operator

ASIDE from all the things a luxury car needs to be - smooth, silent, plush and comfortable - perhaps the one thing it really has to do is impress your friends. Not every Benz or Bentley buyer would freely admit to that, of course, just like the people who say they wear a Richard Mille just to...