Volkswagen Car Made the Coolest Taxis Cleanest too
14 March 2011 - Electric cars that are driven with zero emissions will revolutionise mobility over the mid-term, especially in urban areas. However, Volkswagen is not just thinking of individual mobility in the style of the future Golf blue-e-motion, but is also considering its possibilities as a vehicle in public transportation.
Thousands Nissan New Cars Destroyed by Tsunami
14 March 2011 - Few days after a major earthquake struck Japan, the automakers affected have begun adding the numbers and reporting their losses. Throughout the weekend, we've all seen images of entire fields of cars being washed away or getting engulfed by fire as they sat, lined up, to get on board freight cargos to their destination.
Chinese Shoe-making Company, Kang Shoe, Built Shoe Car
14 March 2011 - For China, the country is almost impossible to do nothing to give now to see the picture, it should give everyone a glancing eyes wide open now! This is not only super-giant "shoes", which is a way you can actually drive the "electric car", enough for special, more heterogeneous it!
Honda Operations affected by the Earthquake
13 March 2011 - Recently, there is a big problem that attacked the Honda Operations and this manufacturer as a whole. The automobile research center and automobiles parts manufacturers of Honda and Honda Operations gathered in Tochigi Factory. Honda Motor Co., announced the accident of Honda R&D associate.
Tata (India Car Maker) wants to roll out Nano with Proton
12 March 2011 - Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who is on an official visit to India, has revealed that Indian carmaker, Tata Motors, which makes the world's cheapest car, Nano, has expressed interest to enter the Malaysian market by working with Proton.
Volkswagen Bulli Concept Car
12 March 2011 - Volkswagen has revealed its Bulli concept for Geneva. The vehicle is a development of the Microbus concept which made its debut in 2001 and continues the Volkswagen theme of shaping people carriers, heralding back to 1950 with the production of the first Transporter, the T1, which was based on a design sketched by Dutchman Ben Pon.
If petrol price unchanged, RM4bil more in subsidies
10 March 2011 - The fuel subsidy is estimated to rise by an additional RM4bil this year if no adjustments are made to petrol prices, which stand at RM1.90 per litre for RON 95 and RM2.50 per litre for RON 97. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said at a press conference on Wednesday. The subsidy costs for fuel would rise by this amount if no adjustments were made in the face of higher crude oil prices.