2020 Nissan Rogue Sport: Slow, Small but Fun in the Snow

This little runabout was built to serve the proletariat that thinks the Nissan Rogue is just too cool and too big for regular driving. I’m kidding, no one thinks that, but this subcompact crossover market is huge, so why not capitalize? Nissan already had the platform in the Qashqai, so

Tom Cruise Spotted Pulling Wheelies On BMW G 310 GS

Photos of Hollywood actor Tom Cruise have appeared on the Internet and social media on the sets of the upcoming Mission Impossible 7 movie. And this time, Cruise, well-known for doing a lot of stunts himself, is riding and pulling wheelies on a made-in-India BMW G 310 GS. From various

BMW X3 M spied testing in India

A test mule of the BMW X3 M has been spotted in Mumbai. The SUV is rumoured to be launched by the second half of this year. The X3 M is a high performance version of the regular X3. It features a different front bumper with larger vents, 20-inch alloy

MCO: Partial closure of LDP Petaling Jaya toll lanes

Litrak, the operator of the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP), has announced a temporary partial closure of lanes at the Petaling Jaya toll plaza, southbound. This is in line with the current Movement Control Order (MCO) to flatten the coronavirus curve. Specifically, it’s the five rightmost lanes (Express Lanes towards Putrajaya, Shah

Singapore extends VEP period for M'sians to June 30

The Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) is catering to Malaysians choosing to remain in the island during the movement control order here by extending the validity of their Vehicle Entry Permits (VEP). Usually limited to a maximum of 14 days, Malaysian-registered vehicles (that includes cars and motorcycles) will automatically be

New Jersey High School Auto Shop Class Is Converting Old Volkswagens to Electric Vehicles

While most traditional high school programs aim to prepare teenagers to be masters in The Subtle Art of College Test-Taking (And Little Else), one West New York, New Jersey shop teacher has created a curriculum that’s both hands-on and impressively forward-thinking.  In 2005, the elective shop course Ron Grosinger had

Covid-19: Consumers may prefer own cars over public transport

According to a report by Kotak, car buyers could choose private cars over public transport due to the virus fears. The study looks at the impact of the SARS virus on consumers after its outbreak in China between November 2002 and July 2003. Due to the outbreak, China’s economic growth