Articles about Popemobile

Although he's not keeping it
This incredibly meme-worthy image was shared by Lamborghini's official Facebook page yesterday. Yes, that is Pope Francis with a Huracan. And no, His Holiness isn't blessing the all-new Popemobile.The Italian supercar you see being signed by the
Another memorable year for motoring
Life in the Philippines is never boring, especially on the road. But as the year draws to a close, we can't help but feel that the past 12 months have been particularly colorful. With new cars, more traffic, and government shenanigans,
As promised by local VW distributor
Volkswagen Philippines has officially turned over to the Philippines' Apostolic Nuncio the Touran MPV that the German carmaker's local distributor provided for Pope Francis's use during his recent visit to the country on January 15 to 19.On hand to
Check out his companions
In a country whose population is still predominantly Roman Catholic, the arrival of the church's head is a red-carpet event. Which is exactly the case with Pope Francis's ongoing Philippine papal visit. Over here, he's a bona fide
A different kind of Popemobile
It seems Pope Francis's visit to the Philippines won't be limited to him riding around in the Popemobile--whether it's the Isuzu D-Max-based one or the jeepney-like model we reported last weekend.According to Volkswagen Philippines,
These 2 photos say it all
If you think motor-vehicle traffic in Metro Manila is hell, wait until Pope Francis arrives next week for his Philippine pastoral visit on January 15 to 19. Such is the expectation of unbearable road congestion that the President had no choice
For pontiff's arrival next week
As you know, the universally adored head of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, is visiting the Philippines on January 15 to 19. A major part of his itinerary is his scheduled stop in calamity-stricken Tacloban, but he will of course
As we prepare for his PH visit next month
Yesterday marked the 78th birthday of Pope Francis, the reigning pope of the Roman Catholic Church. Born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the Pontiff has been known for his humility. This humility is also reflected in his choice of smaller cars as his ride.
But still bulletproof
Pope Francis is making another step toward cementing his image as the people's pontiff by being the first head of the Catholic Church to ride in the first-ever, pedal-powered Popemobile.The carbon-neutral Popemobile was originally commissioned by the
80 years of tradition between the Vatican and the German automaker
Mercedes-Benz is continuing a tradition that has lasted for 80 years. Dieter Zetsche, chairman of the board of management of Daimler AG and head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, personally handed over to Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican a new Popemobile."
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