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The Beetle Cabriolet may not have the sharpest handling, but dropping the roof transforms the driving experience. Photos: Big fish
The Beetle Cabriolet may not have the sharpest handling, but dropping the roof transforms the driving experience. Photos: Big fish
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2820061_Here comes the fun: VW's Beetle Cabriolet
Here comes the fun: VW's Beetle Cabriolet

March 24
This Volkswagen offering is no workhorse, but it suits sunny people well
Impressive Impreza

Impressive Impreza

SINGAPORE — Launched at last week’s Singapore Motorshow, the new Subaru Impreza carries the burden of the Japanese carmaker’s long-term survival on its neatly sculpted shoulders.

Gallery: Finding Niro

Finding Niro

Singapore — The Pixar movie, Finding Nemo, ushered in a worldwide craze for the ownership of clownfish. While many may not have found proper homes and probably perished, at...

Gallery: Hot rods and more at Singapore Motorshow 2017

Hot rods and more at Singapore Motorshow 2017

SINGAPORE — If you’re looking to catch a glimpse of the latest cars, the Singapore Motorshow 2017 is probably the hottest ticket in town. More than 20 automotive brands have a...

Opel’s caffeine-light fix

Opel’s caffeine-light fix

Singapore — The ultimate perk-me-up is, according to fictional male supermodel Derek Zoolander, the Orange Mocha Frappucino (OMF for short).

7 driving mistakes to avoid

7 driving mistakes to avoid

SINGAPORE — Getting your driving licence and hitting the open road is, for many people, an empowering rite of passage. But as the saying goes, with great power comes great...

Welcome to the future

The next automotive game-changers place greater emphasis on autonomous driving and electrification. Our man Sheldon Trollope (todaycars@mediacorp.com.sg) looks at how car makers...

Gallery: Where Stars meet cars

Where Stars meet cars

SINGAPORE — As with any Singapore Motorshow, this year’s exhibition gives you the chance to see the latest and greatest cars.

Last chance saloons?

Last chance saloons?

SINGAPORE — A fortune teller might use a crystal ball to try and predict the future, but the motor trade has something far better: Demographic information.