Borneo Motors (Singapore) Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Inchcape Motors Pte Ltd, recently launched the New 2011 Corolla Altis 1.6-Litre with Dual VVT-i.
You’ve all seen how car manufacturers do teaser shots before the launch of a new model where they sort of drape some kind of cloth over the entire car leaving just the headlights visible in a cloud of darkness, giving you the sense of irritation and urge to find out more about how the car looks. And when its finally revealed, sometimes it just doesn’t look as good as it did in your head. Apart from that, there are always spy photographers who stalk new models as if they were Hollywood paparazzi, and they do a good job at getting the latest pictures to your favourite motoring website/blog. You even see some of those pictures here! But what really is the purpose of all that black tape and weird looking patterns on the car? Well, read on to find out.
It seems 2010 is the year of car recalls. The latest victim to befall an automobile manufacturer is Malaysia’s Proton. The manufacturer had announced a worldwide recall of the Proton Gen 2 and the Satria Neo that were made during April 2004 until June, 2008 because of potential safety concerns.
Four years after it hit the market, Volkswagen is giving the Eos coupe-cabriolet its first cosmetic makeover. The facelifted model, which will have its world premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show in late November, goes on sale in January 2011.
685bhp and a front end that is suited to a locomotive is Anderson’s interpretation of the Bentley Continental GT Supersports. This upgrade by German tuners Anderson is very suitable for those who do not want to trade in their recently purchased Bentley GT Supersports coupe for the second generation Continental GT which was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show recently.