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China’s leading SUV manufacturer Great Wall Motors, via its Malaysian distributor Green Oranges Sdn. Bhd. (GOSB), is set to become the first company to receive the energy efficient vehicle (EEV) manufacturing license from the Malaysian government.
Yes we know it sounds very odd, but we can confirm that Renault, via its local distributor TC Euro Cars will be introducing the quadricycle looking Renault Twizy to Malaysia.
BMW has unveiled the all-new BMW M4 Convertible just weeks before its global debut at the New York International Auto Show. The latest addition to the 4 Series line-up carries a similar roof structure as its predecessor, the E93 BMW M3 Convertible, while retaining the performance of its hardtop sibling, the BMW M4 Coupe.
Understandably, the B-segment is super-packed right now with a long list of great cars to choose from. For the same kind of money you’d spend on a new 2014 Volkswagen Polo 1.6, you can get all kinds of Japanese and Korean sedans and hatches – some more affordable, other more popular.
As reported earlier, UMW Toyota will be launching the Alphard and the Previa in the coming weeks. To be specific, it is the Alphard that will be launched for the first time in Malaysia while the Previa will be re-launched for the second time.