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It plans to build various models in its proposed plant in Sta. Maria, Bulacan
This site will produce 155cc models like the NMax
Yamaha Motor Philippines (YMPH) has formally opened its second assembly plant at the Lima Technology Center (LTC) in Malvar, Batangas. This milestone signals the start of local manufacturing of the best-selling NMax 155.Former congresswoman Charito Plaza, now director-general of
The company wants to boost the production of its Silverton plant in South Africa
The Ranger is arguably one of Ford's most popular nameplates. Not just in the Philippines, but in other markets as well. Ford wants to further build on this, as it has now made a big investment to boost its global Ranger
As part of its plans to shut down the Pajero Manufacturing plant by 2023
The Mitsubishi Pajero, one of the Japanese carmaker's most popular and long-standing SUVs, will soon reach its finish line. This sad news comes as Mitsubishi Motors Corporation announces plans to downsize its operations further in the coming years.According to
It’s the brand’s first-ever SUV
This is it. More than half a decade after the vehicle was given the green light, the DBX-Aston Martin's first-ever SUV-has rolled off the production floor.The inaugural unit of the DBX was manufactured at the luxury carmaker'
Each one is a bespoke creation
This is it: The last BMW i8 cars have left Plant Leipzig, marking the end of the line for the German carmaker's high-powered hybrid sports car.End-of-production specs tend to be special, but what makes these even more
Several service centers are now also open to customers
Following the reopening of most of its dealerships across the country, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has now restarted operations in its production facility in Santa Rosa, Laguna.Production resumed on May 18, 2020, after the carmaker conducted precautionary measures to ensure safety
Cites bribery and corruption issues
Ace Motorcycles Philippines, local assembler and distributor of British-designed, China-made motorbikes, has announced that it has stopped operations at the Subic Freeport Zone (SFZ).Barely three years in operation there, Ace Motorcycles claims it decided to shut down its facility
Blame the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak for that
The automotive industry has suffered greatly from the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. Several carmakers have already suspended production and operations worldwide, and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation is the latest addition to this growing list.Mitsubishi recently announced that several of its production plants
The equipment will be donated to Bologna’s Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Hospital
Despite the current situation in Italy, Lamborghini isn't letting the COVID-19 outbreak halt its operations at its production plant in Sant'Agata Bolognese.But the Italian carmaker isn't making its employees go to work to build supercars these days-
These will be used by hospitals, first responders, and healthcare workers
It seems that as the days and weeks pass, more and more carmakers are stepping up to help in the battle against the COVID-19 outbreak. Ford Motor Company has announced that it is teaming up with 3M and GE Healthcare to
There will be no shortage of supply once operations in the country resume
Another Japanese carmaker is suffering the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak, and operations in manufacturing plants across various regions will be set for suspension yet again.Mazda Motor Corporation, in its efforts to help control the situation as well as in
This plant is where Ford Philippines sources its Ranger and Everest units
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused the stoppage and shutdown of businesses the world over, and the automotive industry is no exception.The list of manufacturing plants across the globe that have suspended operations due to the spread of the virus continues
However, their offices in Visayas and Mindanao will remain operational
Honda Philippines (HPI), the country's biggest motorcycle company, has shut down its offices and operations in Luzon beginning today, March 17, 2020, in compliance with President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration which places the entire region under enhanced community quarantine.In its
In light of the recent coronavirus outbreak in China
The novel coronavirus (nCoV) outbreak in China has affected a lot of businesses, the automotive industry included.Just last week, various manufacturers decided to pull out their staff from the People's Republic. Now, Nikkei Asian Review has reported that Honda's
The facility will produce ASEAN-specific SUVs, MPVs, sedans, and possibly EVs
Hyundai is investing big in the ASEAN market, with the Korean carmaker announcing this week that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indonesian government to build a manufacturing plant in Kota Deltamas, located east of Jakarta.The new facility,
The milestone unit is none other than the Mitsubishi Mirage
After Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) celebrated 1,000,000 units sold earlier this year, it marks another milestone yet again as it rolls out the 700,000th unit from its local production line in Santa Rosa, Laguna.The 700,000th vehicle was
In compliance with the government’s CARS Program
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) manufactures two vehicles locally: the Innova and the best-selling Vios. The latter saw an all-new model launched just last year, where it was announced that it would be TMP's participating model in the government's
The company first announced the plans for closure in February
It's official: Honda has confirmed that its Swindon factory is to close. The plant, which employs 3,500 people, will shut down when the current Civic goes out of production in 2021.Honda first announced plans to close the factory, which
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'-
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