BIMS 2018: Ford unveils Ranger Raptor with specs and pricing

The Ford F-150 has been a big hit for Ford since its release back in 2010. The Ford Ranger pickup is coming back to the United States pickup truck market after a long hiatus. The Ranger is the most popular Ford pickup truck abroad. After seeing the success of the F-150 Raptor in North America,…

Porsche gives a sneak peak of the Mission E electric vehicle

Porsche hasn’t yet officially unveiled the Mission E, but they shared with us how the brand’s first all-electric vehicle is being built. These images from the Stuttgart-based automaker shows pre-production prototypes of the EV on the factory floor. This gives us a general idea how the production vehicles will look like once Porsche officially debuts…

Ford Escort review – Familiar value oriented name returns

The subcompact car market in Taiwan is already quite saturated with several offerings by various automakers. Ford still sells the Fiesta sedan in some markets like the United States (Until the end of 2018 model year though), while in Taiwan the sedan Fiesta was discontinued after the 2014 model year due to poor sales. The…

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross review – A familiar nameplate totally transformed

Mitsubishi’s original Eclipse as many of us remember it by was a sporty coupe/hatchback that was fun to drive. The earlier generation Eclipses even had all wheel drive and turbos, plus convertible variants, but in 2012 Mitsubishi decided put the Eclipse out in the pasture as popularity declined, sales waned, and its corporate financial woes…

Ford electrifying its line up by 2022

Following the foot steps of other automakers such as Toyota and Volvo, Ford is committed to developing electric vehicles across its wide range of cars, trucks, and SUVs. For has tripled its $11 billion budget for  a project to develop 40 all-electric models by 2022. Ford’s Executive chairman Bill Ford says this investment will help…

Ferrari planning to enter the all-electric supercar foray

Not to be out done by the Tesla Roadster, Ferrari is looking to build an all-electric supercar of its own. Ferrari is currently in the planning stages for the electric supercar, said Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne. In the meantime, by the end of the decade Ferrari’s first ever SUV will be arriving by 2019…