Mitsubishi Lancer EX production to end in 2017, continue as Fortis

The Mitsubishi Lancer has been in production for 43 years, with the current generation soldiering on for almost a decade. That’s how big a memory it is going to be after this August. Yes, the iconic Lancer is on its way out with no replacement in sight. The depose of the popular sedan is due to Mitsubishi’s new strategy that involves just crossovers and SUVs. Read More ▶

2018 GMC Terrain crossover revealed at Detroit

GMC has revealed their all-new 2018 Terrain crossover at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. Built on GMC’s D2XX platform, the 2018 Terrain resembles the bigger Acadia in many ways, but GMC has done quite a bit of work to keep the brothers differentiated visually. Read More ▶

2018 Lexus LS 500 revealed in Detroit Auto Show

Lexus has just launched their all-new fifth-generation LS sedan at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It will be longer, lower and wider than the outgoing model that’s been dragging on for the past decade with just facelifts. And it will now be called the LS 500 Read More ▶

2018 Toyota Camry revealed with Lexus-inspired styling

Quite possibly the most anticipated debut at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, the all-new 2018 Toyota Camry has been revealed, just two years after a major update of the current model. Read More ▶

Chevrolet Traverse 2018 redesign debuts

After a long 10-year stint, Chevrolet’s Traverse crossover gets a complete makeover for 2018. It is not just a facelift of the new GMC Acadia either, as the Chevy version has a longer wheelbase. It uses GM’s latest C1XX platform as its underpinning. Read More ▶

2018 Subaru WRX and STi updated

Before their road-going rally car, the WRX and STi, get completely overhauled in 2020, Subaru has given the outgoing models a nip and tuck for the 2018 model year. But it is not just a mere facelift, as the new car gets a host of mechanical and visual updates. Read More ▶

Kia Stinger, the Korean carmaker’s first RWD sports saloon

Kia Stinger

The GT concept Kia showcased in 2011 was a preview of their sporting intentions. But now, they have actually put it into production. The Kia Stinger is a culmination of all the European poaching the Koreans have indulged in over the years, starting with designer Peter Schreyer and ending with BMW M dynamics engineer Albert Biermann. Read More ▶

First drive: 2017 Volvo S90 in Oman

Volvo is riding high on accolades for the Volvo XC90, and they implemented the same DNA used to create their successful SUV on to their all-new luxury sedan offering, the Volvo S90, which we got a chance to drive in Oman. Read More ▶

2018 Ford F-150 gets minor facelift and updated engines

The current Ford F-150 still retains its crown as the most advanced truck around, but the carmaker felt it needed an update for 2018. Along with the rather fetching facelift, there are a few mechanical upgrades as well. Read More ▶

Honda builds a self-balancing motorcycle concept

Honda has self-balancing concept that was revealed at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this month. Read More ▶

2017 Kia Picanto hatchback debuts in photos

Kia has released official photos of the third-generation 2017 Picanto hatchback. The last time Kia Picanto was updated, it transformed into a handsome hatchback from a goofy looking machine. With this update, Kia hopes to up the ante a bit more. Read More ▶

2018 Suzuki Swift revealed in Japan

2017 suzuki swift

After weeks of speculations, Suzuki has finally taken the covers off its latest Swift in Japan. Spied pictures of the new Swift have floating around on the internet for a while now. As the photographs show, the officially-released Swift is no different from the one we saw in those leaks. Read More ▶

UAE petrol prices for January 2017 announced

The UAE’s Ministry of Energy has announced the new prices for petrol that will be valid for the month of January. Read More ▶

Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet launched as trim package


If you think that the Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG Cabriolet is not opulent enough, worry not. Mercedes-Benz has revealed a more luxurious and more exclusive Maybach version of the S-Class Cabriolet. The Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show, although unlike the Mercedes-Maybach sedan, this one doesn’t benefit from a long-wheelbase or four doors (which would’ve been cool and unique). Pretty much just a trim package, the exclusive Maybach offering will grace the garages of only 300 customers around the world. Read More ▶

Long-term update: Our Toyota FJ Cruiser gets puked on

Our manual Toyota FJ Cruiser has been chugging along trouble-free. There’s absolutely nothing to report except the cost of the latest service as well as someone puking in it. Read More ▶