Efficient, quick and usable. The new Audi RS5 is pretty much the dream car of most high-flying executives in Singapore. We just wished it was a tad bit more special.
Is the new BMW M135i still good without rear-wheel-drive and that soulful 3.0-litre 6-cylinder? Thankfully, it is. Here’s why.
Gone are the days where large capacity engines are needed for a car’s lively performance. The introduction of turbochargers has allowed even the base-model in any line-up to drive decently.
In almost every corner you look, you’ll find a new SUV being launched in Singapore. The number of SUV models available in the market are leaving buyers truly spoilt for choice.
It may not be the sharpest tool in the shed, but the Ford Mustang has quite the playful personality.
It's not a new car, but the BOSE Edition of the Grand Scenic does add some new features to make the French MPV that bit more compelling.
Not so sure about this huge mother of an SUV? Give it time, and this in-your-face Audi will grow on you too.
Want to be thrifty, yet crave some luxury? Hyundai’s got you sorted.
Hyundai refreshes its well-loved SUV by addressing areas of improvement
Toyota finally gets its act together with the new RAV4.
Better refinement and a quieter cabin, the new Toyota Camry really takes the brand to new heights.
The most affordable European sedan on the market doesn’t disappoint
Hyundai's best-selling compact sedan gets updated
I've said it before - I love wagons! Now one of my favourites just got prettier.
The masterstroke made by Mercedes in the form of a four-door coupe is back. The new CLS brings back the good vibes of the very first one.
This is good enough. If I had to sum up my review in fours words, those would be the ones I’d use.
The new A-Class continues the the success of the old one and goes one-up to be even better.
The A8 has always been and will likely continue to be Audi's epitome of 'vorsprung durch technik' (progress through technology).
With an increased number of charging stations on our island, are we finally ready as a nation to support electric-powered cars?
Electrification comes in a slightly more conventional Korean package