Articles about Ayala Corporation

It will be the first big bike to be manufactured in the country
Strike while the iron is hot, as the saying goes. Well, around two years since the start of its manufacturing operations, the Ayala-owned KTM assembly plant in Laguna Technopark has produced almost 10,000 units of the 200 and 390 Duke
Something for everyone
You're presented with two choices: Option A, you're left in a room with any car of your choosing for 24 hours. Option B, you get to mill about an art exhibit for an entire day-say Art Fair PH 2019,
Let the guessing game begin
Earlier this month, we reported that the Ayala Corporation, through its subsidiary AC Industrial Technology Holdings Inc. (AC Industrials), is now the distributor of Kia vehicles in the Philippines.The development finally ends months of uncertainty regarding the state of the Korean
After months of speculation
After months of speculation, it's finally official: The Ayala Corporation, through its subsidiary AC Industrial Technology Holdings Inc., is now the official local distributor of Kia vehicles in the Philippines.This was confirmed in a company disclosure posted in the Philippine
Ayala to acquire 65% of Columbian Autocar
Rumors have been swirling for months that the Ayala Group wants to acquire the local distribution rights to Kia. The company confirmed as much back in February. Now it seems that those talks are coming to fruition. Philstar reports that the conglomerate
No Civic was harmed in making this...we hope
Any car guys looking for something to do this weekend? We have a suggestion: Drop by Art Fair PH 2018 at The Link in Makati City. The display is on its sixth year, and is open to the public from 10am to
Rumors have been swirling for months
Confirming what has been circulating in the motoring industry for months, the Ayala Corporation made it formally known today that it wants to add Korean carmaker Kia to its growing automotive portfolio. In a story by, the Philippine conglomerate, through
A leap forward for the local bike market
Austrian bike maker KTM has been making a killing in the Philippines lately. Its bikes are great, the 1290s are absolutely bonkers, and the introduction of the lower displacement Duke and RC series prove that you don't need displacement to have
A giant has been awakened
KTM, one of the most respected motorcycle brands in Europe, will have at least 22 showrooms located in strategic parts of the country by early 2017. We got this scoop during the opening of the KTM flagship showroom in Bonifacio Global City.
What do you think of the figures?
The officers of the newly formed KTM Philippines met with the media last night to talk about their plans. The press conference clarified questions about this new Ayala Corporation venture, formally known as Adventure Cycle Philippines, especially for those of us not
Better pricing for these, hopefully
The motorcycle you see above is the popular KTM Duke 200. It is one of four models Ayala Corporation will manufacture in the Philippines beginning next year. Ayala has secured the exclusive distributorship rights to the Austrian motorcycle brand, and part of
Yep, that motorbike brand from Austria
Ayala Corporation announced today a joint venture with KTM AG, one of the big names in the motorcycle world. With this deal, the Filipino corporate giant will exclusively distribute KTM products, and in a more fascinating development, manufacture them for export to
Known as Daang Hari-SLEX Link Road
If you've gone on road trips to Tagaytay the past few months, you may have noticed a massive development near the Susana Heights exit of the South Luzon Expressway. The road that was being constructed is the Daang Hari-SLEX Link
At Ayala Triangle Gardens
Ayala Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary Ayala Automotive Holdings, is holding the first-ever "Ayala Auto Fair" on November 26-28 at the Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati City.The Ayala Auto Fair will be bannered by Ayala-owned dealers of
Something our politicians can learn from
Of course, Ayala Corporation president and chief operating officer Fernando Zobel de Ayala can buy whatever car he wants. Heck, he can get three Bugatti Veyrons in different colors this weekend if he truly fancies it. But it\'s not that simple.
Open to public until September 29
Coinciding with Volkswagen Philippines\' brand launch is the \"People\'s Car Celebration\" this weekend in the entirety of the Greenbelt complex. Part of this celebration is a mini heritage exhibit at Ayala Museum, which aims to show the German carmaker\'s rich
Joins forces with powerhouse Ayala Corporation
No wonder Volkswagen Philippines had set up a roundtable for the motoring press earlier in the week--days before its official brand launch yesterday, September 27. No wonder the local distributor, formally called Automobile Central Enterprise, had announced the price list at
As we wrote here nearly two years ago
In December 2010, we reported here that Ayala Corporation had the inside track in securing the Philippine distributorship rights to German carmaker Volkswagen. Today, the Makati-based company has released a press release announcing that it has formally secured those rights."This
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