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Porsche Taycan 4S: A true blue Porsche

WITH 4S, Turbo and Turbo S variants of the Taycan ready for launch in Singapore next Tuesday (and customer test drives to follow the day after), Porsche looks well and truly set to electrify the luxury segment here with its interpretation of an all-electric sports sedan, executed in that...

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In defence of the new Defender

IF YOUR enduring thoughts of the Land Rover Defender involve bashing through the jungle trails of Pulau Tekong in one while dressed to blend in with the foliage, Land Rover welcomes you to its new normal, the 2020 Defender.

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The point of slow return

CTRL-ALT-DELETE. We might not be under an actual lockdown, but the circuit-breaker measures certainly feel like a hard reboot.

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Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder: Rocking in a winter wonderland

THERE'S something about a Lamborghini that makes you want to wring its engine to the redline, and it's no exception with the Huracan Evo Spyder and its screaming naturally-aspirated 5.2-litre V10.

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GTS review: The joy of six

SHOULD a real Porsche sports car have at least six cylinders? Some people think so, which is why the mid-engined, rear-drive 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman models have been the subject of endless debate about their flat-four engines.

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Audi RS Q8: Stealth bomber

THERE are two types of car people in the world. The first goes "How dare you!" at the slightest provocation, while the second takes delight in wild ideas, such as a 2.3-tonne crossover-coupe thingamajig engineered to be the fastest sport utility vehicle (SUV) to ever lap the Nurburgring...

Ferrari prescribes a Roma therapy

A BUSY 2019 for Ferrari just got busier. On Wednesday the luxury sports car maker unveiled a new car named after the city in which it was launched to the public: the Roma.