Defending the indefensible, Pt. 2

The last thing Volkswagen needs is another glowing review.

Car prices: Brace for impact

Despite the country being shrouded in haze, the vibes sent out by the big three Japanese brands are clear: car prices are going up....

BMW Malaysia may have just started a new trend

No, I’m not referring to that audacious (some say ridiculous) grille found on the new BMW 4-Series coupe, but when BMW Malaysia disclosed the...

Defending the indefensible

Picked up a Volkswagen Passat for test a few weeks ago. Not the new B8, but the still-on-sale B7. Mostly, I was curious to...

Honda Malaysia reboots the hybrid

Are you ready to choose a hybrid based on merits, or stick with the trusty petrol-powered one?

Audi Malaysia and Facebook diplomacy

The intense yet delicate undertaking of managing Audi Malaysia's Facebook page.

The great Volkswagen sell-out

While the Volkswagen brand in Malaysia has largely avoided the Dieselgate fall-out, its decade-old existence in Malaysia is hardly what one would term as...

Why did Volkswagen cheat?

I have to say that it’s gripping stuff watching the Volkswagen diesel scandal unfold in the last few days. The CEO has called time...

The self-driving prophecies of Elon Musk

If Elon Musk's bold claims come true, the future is both scary and exhilarating.

Remember Volkswagen?

Politics should not be allowed to get in the way of a Proton deal again.