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COLOGNE: The Italian bike builder, best known for superbikes and bruising street fighters, is heading off-road for Intermot with the launch of a scrambler.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian automotive-based companies are open to working with Australian companies on new technology, design and testing capabilities, says Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Hamim Samuri.
WASHINGTON: Toyota is once again under scrutiny in the United States amid complaints that its Corolla cars can unintentionally accelerate, reviving safety concerns for the big Japanese automaker.
NEW DELHI: Tata Motors Ltd, India's No. 1 automaker by revenue, has poached a top executive from rival Maruti Suzuki Ltd as it looks to strengthen its passenger vehicle business and regain market share.
SEOUL: Hyundai Motor Co. said today it had reached a tentative wage deal with labour unions to end a series of damaging partial strikes at the world's fifth largest automaker.
MADRID: Bultaco has inked its first distribution agreement with a sports gear retailer.
LONDON: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has announced the appointment of Daniel Starke as Head of Interior Design.
FRANKFURT: BMW is teaming up with Chinese internet giant Baidu to start highly automated driving trials in Beijing and Shanghai.
PETALING JAYA: A few months ago Boon Siew Honda previewed the all-new CB650F and CBR650F mid-range big bikes and now, it’s officially available in Malaysia.
MALACCA: The new regulation on tinting for car windscreens and windows will be enforced beginning Nov 1, according to the Road Transport Department (JPJ).
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