Lynk & Co wants to break the ‘made in China’ stereotype

THE ASPIRATION of new local player Lynk & Co, definitely a rising star in the larger Geely stable of brands, is lofty.

Does your Autosweep RFID account have load?

By Kap Maceda Aguila
AN INTEGRAL PART in the network of SMC Infrastructure — which includes the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEX), the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR), South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), Skyway System, Boracay Airport, MRT-7 rail and road project, and the Bulacan Bulk Water Supply Project — the NAIA Expressway or NAIAX is a crucial thoroughfare not only for those obviously looking to cut travel time to and from the country’s three airport terminals in Pasay City but for many wanting to bypass EDSA and other congested at-grade options.

Sonax PHL introduces ‘DIY’ car care products

SONAX, a German car care product manufacturer, recently introduced its new product ranges here. Local Sonax distributor Waido Marketing and Distribution, Inc. pitched these as do-it-yourself products that owners can apply on their vehicles themselves.

XPEL expels some car-paint protection myths

By Kap Maceda Aguila A BRAND-NEW CAR is a definite source of much joy and satisfaction for its owner and his or her loved ones....

Electric Vehicle Owners Society draws record attendance in meetup

THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE Owners Society (EVOS) held its 11th meetup, marking the first gathering of the year for the EV community. The group got...

Great Wall Motor goes global

THROUGH KILOMETERS of challenging roads, facilities backed by big investments, and under bright stage lights, Chinese car maker Great Wall Motor (GWM) — via its portfolio of brands comprised of Haval, Ora, Poer, Tank, and Wey — showed its intent to be a, well, great player in the global auto arena.

Omoda, Jaecoo showcase lineups at Auto China

By Angel Rivero
IN RECENT YEARS, Chinese automotive trade shows have begun commanding attention and exerting greater influence on the global automotive industry.

Northern exposure

By Chris Yu
LARGELY BECAUSE of its dominance in electric vehicle (EV) production, China overtook Japan as the world’s biggest exporter of automobiles. Last year, it sent almost five million vehicles across its borders. It is no surprise then that we have seen a steady stream of Chinese brands entering our market. In fact, 21 out of the 29 automobile brands found in the recently concluded Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) trace their roots from China.

Face-lifted Mercedes-Benz CLA, GLB now available

MERCEDES-BENZ PHILIPPINES recently introduced the refreshed versions of the brand’s CLA compact car and GLB compact SUV. The CLA 200 Progressive coupe (P3.99 million) gets...

Motolite shifts to Punched Grid tech to prolong service life

LOCAL CAR BATTERY leader Motolite said it has made its tropicalized automotive batteries more reliable by shifting to state-of-the-art Punched Grid technology, which results...

Ferrari prances into new PHL home

By Kap Maceda Aguila
QUITE FRANKLY, can you think of someone who can do a better job at being the steward of a brand as iconic as the Maranello-headquartered sports car marque than one who is passionate about it — nay, cars in general — and has the needed wherewithal and vision to give it the attention it deserves?

K-PACT

ART, FASHION, and music will be at the center of the Hyundai Motor Philippines, Inc. (HMPH) celebration of 75 years of diplomatic relations between our country and the Republic of Korea (or South Korea). The company’s Hyundai Mobility Experience (HME) tour will mark the occasion with a series of activities to reach more Filipinos with the message.