It’s a sad day for the local manufacturing industry
We take pride in our local manufacturing industry, so it comes as a shock when we hear that a model will no longer be produced in the Philippines. The Isuzu D-Max midsize pickup is the latest to be given the axe.
Electric models like the Rapide E will be built at the St Athan facility
Wow, Aston Martin has been busy. A mere 18 months since we helped them 'settle in' to their new second home in Wales-by skidding £65 million (P4.5 billion) of their back catalog around several empty Ministry of Defense 'Super Hangers'-
Did your favorite manufacturer make the cut?
Here at Top Gear Philippines, we love ourselves a little friendly competition every now and then. Maybe you've noticed this by the number of polls or Spec-Sheet Brawls we put out on our website. A healthy debate about anything involving
A new factory will be built as part of a £2-billion investment
Dyson, which you currently know from making vacuum cleaners, will build its new electric car in Singapore. That announcement comes just over two months after Dyson said it would develop the vehicle on a purpose-built test track in Wiltshire in the
Good news for us humans
Well, it doesn't look like robots will be taking over most of the jobs in the automotive industry. At least not yet.According to a report by Automotive News Europe based on data gathered by Bloomberg, employment in the auto industry
Made in Laguna
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is on a roll. Five months after presenting the first locally manufactured Mirage G4 sedan, it has rolled out another Pinoy-made product. Say mabuhay to the first Mirage hatchback off MMPC's assembly line in Santa
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