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  • Valtteri Bottas: chronicles of an adrenaline-fuelled Finn

    Valtteri Viktor Bottas’ favourite thing about Malaysia, believe it or not, is the weather. Make of that what you will, but if you grew up in the crippling cold of Finland, anywhere along the equator immediately becomes comfortable. Minus the occasional suffocating humidity, of course.

    Born on August 28, 1989, the young Finnish first ventured into the high octane world of motorsports at the tender age of six, racing karts. Many years and victories later, which included an illustrious seven-year stint in Finland’s National Karting squad, he moved into the single-seater Formula series.

    He won both the 2008 Formula Renault Eurocup and the 2008 Formula Renault Northern European Cup, winning an astonishing 17 races out of 28 starts. He briefly raced in the Formula 3 series before assuming the role of a Formula One test driver for Williams in 2010.

    Then, he made his F1 debut in 2013, finished fourth and fifth in the Drivers’ Championship in 2014 and 2015 respectively, before landing his maiden victory in 2017 in Socchi (Russia) with Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport. His impressionable track record even landed him the privilege of racing alongside teammate Lewis Hamilton, who is widely regarded as the best F1 driver ever.

    Have you ever wondered what it’s like to pursue racing from a very young age, or pick a car to drive at home when you’re not chasing lap times? Also, did you know that Bottas once had a dog named after Rubens Barrichello? Yeah, turns out the young Fin has quite a sense of humour. We recently had the honour of speaking to him on the phone. Below is the excerpt (edited for clarity).

    PT: Can you summarise your journey to Formula 1, through local Formula series to the international stage?

    VB: I had a used go kart which was my first go kart. I was practicing a lot, pretty much every single day, whether it was sunny, raining or snowing. I was lucky that, from a very young age, my parents always took me to the track, so I think that really made me improve quite a lot. I was always interested to be quicker around each lap, so I was trying different ways and different things that would help me get there.

    Not long after that, I had sponsors who really made it possible for me to pursue my career but I always had to convince them to stay with me, and to do that I needed results. Moving up the ladder was a step-by-step process for me. It wasn’t always easy, I wasn’t always winning, but the competition was tough and the level – right up to the European series – was really good.

    PT: How did you convince your family that you’re pursuing a career in motorsports?

    VB: I don’t think I really had to convince them with anything because I think they really saw how excited I was to get to drive a car and race – all the emotions I was going through with the racing…

    My dad did sometimes ask “are you sure you want to do this?” I would then tell him “are you joking? This is the only thing that I want to do.”

    PT: You had a dog named Rubens Barrichello. Can you tell us the story behind this?

    VB: Yes, we used to have a Labrador in our family. When I was born we had a dog called Rene, that was for Rene Arnoux. The next one was Ruben, which was named after Rubens Barrichello.

    PT: What is the significance of your chosen racing number, 77?

    VB: There’s no proper story behind it. I used to race go kart with the number 77, and I always liked the number seven. So I thought it would be cool.

    PT: You have had a lot of firsts with Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport Team – first pole, first win. What other milestones are you targeting with the team?

    VB: More wins and championships. That’s it.

    PT: What message do you have for budding young racers who are thinking of chasing their dreams?

    VB: I would say, if you really have the passion for a sport, just go for it and make sure you enjoy it. When you enjoy what you do, you do better. Never stop believing. Like in Formula One, some people might tell you that there’s all these great drivers, but when I was a kid, I always thought that there is 20 drivers in Formula 1, so it’s possible. Anything is possible if you want.

    PT: What is your favourite car of all time, and what’s in your personal garage right now?

    VB: My favourite car of all time is the one which doesn’t quite exist yet, and it’s the Mercedes-AMG Project One. In my garage, I honestly only own one car now. I’ve always owned one at a time and now I have the Mercedes-AMG GT S.

    Bottas will continue to race for Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport for the 2019 season, with a possible contract extension to 2020.

  • SPYSHOTS: Nissan Note e-Power sighted in Malaysia

    A curious pair of photos were sent to us by reader Soo Pek Tea, which show a Nissan Note e-Power running on the NKVE and wearing trade plates. The car is a Japanese domestic model (as indicated by the oval labels on the rear windscreen denoting its fuel efficiency performance) in range-topping Medalist trim.

    Could Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM) be testing this non-plug-in range extender electric vehicle for a possible Malaysian launch? It could be – the company did say that it has plans to introduce e-Power models, although sales and marketing director Chris Tan categorically ruled the Note out of being one of those models. Of course, this could simply be a grey import being driven around with temporary plates.

    To recap, the Note e-Power is powered by a 109 PS/254 Nm electric motor from the previous Leaf, getting its juice from a 79 PS/103 Nm 1.2 litre HR12DE three-cylinder engine. This petrol mill is there solely to act as a generator – it isn’t connected to the driven wheels – and there’s no plug-in socket to charge the battery up. Nissan says that the system allows drivers to enjoy the benefits of an electric motor – such as maximum torque from standstill – without the range anxiety that comes with a typical EV.

    The presence of the range extender also means that the battery can be made much smaller (just 1/20th the size of the one in the Leaf), enabling it to be placed under the front seats to maintain interior space. All-in-all, the Note e-Power delivers a fuel economy figure of up to 37.2 km per litre on the Japanese JC08 cycle.

    GALLERY: Nissan Note e-Power at GIIAS 2017

  • Volkswagen MEB electric platform unveiled – compact ID. in 2020, to feature 125 kW, one-hour fast charging

    Volkswagen has unveiled its Electric for All initiative, which will set out to introduce electric vehicles over the better part of the next decade at what the automaker says will be affordable prices. The brand is aiming to sell around 150,000 electric cars by 2020 and increase annual sales to a million units by 2025. This will be part of the ambitious plan to deploy more than 10 million vehicles from across the VW Group during that timeframe.

    At the heart of it will be the Modularer Elektrifizierungsbaukasten (MEB), or modular electric drive matrix, a platform developed specifically for electric vehicles. The MEB will form the basis of not just the automaker’s new ID. family of EVs but also for four other brands across the group’s portfolio, namely Audi, Seat, Skoda and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.

    The dedicated platform will offer great flexibility in application, covering vehicles ranging from compact class vehicles to SUVs and sedans as well as vans. The range of MEB models will be similar in size to that of current vehicles based on the Modularer Querbaukasten (MQB) – or modular transverse matrix – platform, with the top-of-the-range MEB-based offerings being large B-segment models with up to seven seats.

    The first offering from the VW stable will be the compact ID. that’s based on the I.D. concept, and this will begin production next year and make its market debut in 2020. This will be followed by a zero-emission SUV based on the I.D. Crozz concept, also in 2020.

    Next in line will be an electric MPV along the lines of the I.D. Buzz microbus study that was shown in Detroit last year, with series production set for 2022. Then comes a sedan based on the I.D. Vizzion, and this is also set to be launched also in 2022.

    The company hasn’t divulged much about the technical aspects of the propulsion system, save to say that it will feature a 125 kW charging rate capability, which will considerably speed up the time needed to juice up – the battery can be charged to 80% in about 30 minutes and to full capacity in an hour, bringing charging time down to a quarter that needed by a 22 kW DC system, or an eighth of that by a 11 kW AC system.

    The battery – developed by Volkswagen Group Components – can be used to drive one or both axles, and its cell module set-up is arranged in a similar way to a bar of chocolate, making it easy to install. Design elements include an aluminium housing for weight optimisation and an integrated cooling system. Along with the MEB, the automaker also previewed a design prototype of its Volks-Wallbox, an affordable home charging system.

    The ID. models will be able to travel distances of more than 550 km (based on WLTP), but scalable battery tech means that models will be able to be configured with various different battery capacities, depending on need and requirements. For instance, an ID. owner utilising a vehicle for short commutes in and around the city might need only a battery with a smaller energy content, and the option would bring the entry cost of the vehicle down.

    Volkswagen will build the ID. series production models in Zwickau and Dresden, with production of the battery system being done at its Braunschweig plant, which already builds the batteries for the e-up!2, the e-Golf and the Passat GTE3 plug-in hybrid. In the future, it will be able to build up to half a million battery systems per annually. The rotors/stators, meanwhile, will be made in Salzgitter, while the drive electric motor will be assembled at its Kassel plant.

    GALLERY: Volkswagen I.D. concept

    GALLERY: Volkswagen I.D. Crozz concept

    GALLERY: Volkswagen I.D. Buzz concept

    GALLERY: Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion concept

  • Subaru Forester 2.0 STI Performance edition – RM135k

    TC Subaru has announced a new variant of the Subaru Forester in Malaysia – the Forester 2.0 STI Performance. The new variant sees the SUV get sporty exterior and interior add-ons, and some STI badges, of course.

    The Forester 2.0 STI Performance sports a dark grille with honeycomb mesh and an STI under spoiler in front; the latter is matched at the back with a rear under spoiler, which sits below a cargo step panel. There’s also an “STI Performance” badge below the rear Forester 2.0i-P emblem – that’s the variant this car is based on.

    The STI Performance also comes with an STI flexible tower bar under the hood, STI brake pads and an STI air filter; all of which are more high performance than stock items.

    Inside, the enhanced Forester gets leather seats with “premium carpet mats,” an STI leather shift knob and side sill plates. TC Subaru doesn’t elaborate, but we can spot red sides, red stitching and a suede-like middle section on the black leather seats. The floor mats have red piping and Forester logos, while the side sill plates read “Subaru”.

    That’s as far as the STI enhancements go. The Forester 2.0 STI Performance is powered by the same 2.0 litre naturally aspirated boxer engine as the 2.0i-P, making 150 PS and 198 Nm at 4,200 rpm. The FB20 is paired with a Lineartronic CVT automatic and the brand’s signature symmetrical all-wheel-drive system with X-Mode and hill descent control. Seven airbags are standard.

    The locally-assembled Subaru Forester 2.0 STI Performance starts from RM135,288 on-the-road without insurance. The new variant will be at all Subaru showrooms this weekend, September 22-23.

    GALERY: Subaru Forester 2.0i-P

  • Honda CR-V Hybrid introduced for Europe with 184 PS

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    While the rest of the world has had the latest Honda CR-V for at least a year now, sales of the SUV have only just started in Europe. Honda is working quick to appease buyers in the Continent, however, as it is introducing a hybrid version currently only offered in China (and soon in Japan as well).

    Replacing the outgoing 2.2 litre i-DTEC diesel variant, the CR-V Hybrid uses the same Sport Hybrid Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) powertrain as the Accord Hybrid. The whole setup consists of a 2.0 litre Atkinson-cycle i-VTEC petrol engine, a pair of electric motors and a lithium-ion battery to deliver a total system output of 184 PS and 315 Nm of torque.

    Notably, the system does away with a transmission entirely, instead using the engine to drive an electric motor/generator in Hybrid Drive mode; this powers the drive motor, which in turn drives the wheels. In Engine Drive mode, a lock-up clutch connects the engine to a single-ratio gearbox to drive the wheels directly, improving efficiency at highway speeds.

    The CR-V Hybrid was previewed by a prototype shown at Frankfurt last year

    This car also features an EV mode that draws power from the battery for petrol-free propulsion. Honda says that its i-MMD system is more refined than the planetary gearset used in other hybrids like the Toyota Prius (a system Toyota calls an electronic continuously variable transmission, or eCVT), and that its engineers worked hard to ensure a seamless transition between the modes.

    Aside from that, the Hybrid model is pretty much identical to any other CR-V sold in Europe, save for a Vehicle Driver Information Interface (DII) display that shows the workings of the i-MMD system. This means that it should be available with seven seats and the full Honda Sensing active safety suite as standard.

    Production of the CR-V Hybrid for European markets will kick off next month – as will the order books for the car – with first deliveries slated to begin early next year.

    GALLERY: Honda CR-V for Europe

  • Toyota says manual version of the A90 Supra is ready

    Toyota has described the upcoming new Supra as its “last present” to those who love sports cars as we know it today. Now, reports have emerged hinting at a very nice final gift to purists – Australia’s CarAdvice says that Toyota is likely to launch a manual version of the Supra.

    This surprising piece of info was provided by Masayuki Kai, the Supra’s assistant chief engineer. He told the press at the Supra’s first drive event that a manual version has been developed, and the stick shift Supra is being prepared right-hand drive markets. Before this, everyone assumed that the Supra would be auto-only, like its sister car, the BMW Z4.

    “This is not yet finally decided (the introduction of a manual option), and depending on feedback from the market, we will decide if we should introduce a manual transmission. We have developed it, yes, there is hardware ready. Right-hand drive? Yes, of course. It needs to be sold in Japan, which is a right-hand drive market,” Kai was quoted as saying.

    Now, if it’s green-lighted, a manual Toyota Supra would not just be a rare gem in today’s car market, but a guaranteed future classic as well. The FR sports car will come with two turbocharged engines, a four-pot and a six-cylinder unit, hooked up to an eight-speed conventional automatic transmission. These will be based on BMW units, but as mentioned, the G29 Z4 that was revealed last month is auto-only.

    Here’s all you need to know about the fifth-generation Supra, by chief engineer Tetsuya Tada himself.

    GALLERY: 2019 Toyota Supra spyshots

  • FIRST LOOK: 2018 Perodua Alza 1.5 Advance facelift

    The Perodua Alza has just been given a second facelift, and the refresh introduces a number of exterior and interior revisions to the seven-seater compact MPV. Prices start from RM51k for the base 1.5 S Manual, to RM63k for the range-topping 1.5 Advance that you see here.

    Outside, the SE and Advance get a sportier front and rear bumper, dual-chrome bar radiator grille and black-accented side skirts. The 15-inch wheels are also painted in a darker titanium finish. For the first time, Perodua is offering its official Gear Up accessories for the family mover.

    On the safety front, all Alza models come with ABS with EBD as standard, but the all-important Electronic Stability Control (ESC) is still unavailable. Standard are dual front airbags and two Isofix mounting points in the middle row.

    Watch the video above to know more about the Alza, and let us know what you think of it, below.

    GALLERY: 2018 Perodua Alza facelift, Advance

    GALLERY: 2018 Perodua Alza facelift, SE

  • 2019 G29 BMW Z4 – full details released, three variants

    As promised, BMW has finally released all details of its latest roadster, the G29 BMW Z4. Its debut earlier last month gave us a taste of the sole M40i variant, but the range is now joined by two “lesser” variants – the sDrive20i and sDrive30i.

    Let’s start with the powertrain. The entry-level sDrive20i is powered by a 2.0 litre four-cylinder petrol engine, featuring a twin-scroll turbocharger to produce 197 hp at 4,500- to 6,500 rpm and 320 Nm from 1,450- to 4,200 rpm. It accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 6.6 seconds, and tops out at 240 km/h. Fuel consumption is rated at 6.0 litres per 100 km on the NEDC cycle.

    Next, the sDrive30i also shares the same four potter, but uptuned to make a healthier 258 hp at 5,000- to 6,500 rpm and 400 Nm from 1,550- to 4,400 rpm. It takes just 5.4 seconds to make the century sprint, and returns the same fuel economy figures as the sDrive20i. Top speed here is electronically capped at 250 km/h.

    And of course, the current range-topper, the Z4 M40i. It’s the only variant here with the 3.0 litre straight-six petrol motor, which is tuned to pack 340 hp at 5,000- to 6,500 rpm and 500 Nm at 1,600- to 4,500 rpm. Sprinting from nought to 100 km/h requires just 4.5 seconds, and it maxes out at 250 km/h. The combined fuel consumption is rated between 7.4- to 7.1 litres per 100 km.

    All variants come with an eight-speed Steptronic transmission that channels drive to the rear axle. So far, no manual transmission are being offered, but BMW says the transmission features a wider ratio spread and also offers sportier gear shifts. The lower gears are shorter, thereby improving acceleration. For the discerning enthusiast, your only escape is through the steering-mounted paddle shifters. Sorry.

    The M40i however, is the only model to come with the Launch Control function. It features an M-specific shift characteristic that is said to be “very much in tune with the straight-six engine’s power delivery.”

    Under all that surface bling is a brand new chassis that comprises a newly designed double-joint spring strut axle up front, as well as a five-link rear axle. BMW says this combo strikes the right balance between sportiness and ride comfort.

    The front axle subframe and control arm mountings are extremely rigid, and the front axle elastokinematics lend the roadster steering precision as well as dynamic lateral handling characteristic. Aluminium has been used to make the control arms and swivel bearings, a move which reduces unsprung mass. The rear axle however, gets a combination of lightweight aluminium and steel design.

    Handling is further aided by Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), which bundles ABS, Dynamic Traction Control (DTC), Cornering Brake Control (CBC), Dynamic Brake Control (DBC) and Start-Off Assistant. The Performance Control function (standard on all Z4s) promotes even nimbler handling by varying torque distribution to the rear wheels.

    Unique to the M40i are the Adaptive M Sport suspension – which reduces ride height by 10 mm – with electronically-controlled dampers and electronically-controlled M Sport rear differential. The latter features an electric motor that provides variable torque distribution and a locking effect.

    Dimensions-wise, the low-slung roadster is bigger than its predecessor in every way. It is 4,324 mm (+85 mm) long, 1,864 mm wide (+74 mm) and 1,304 mm tall (+13 mm), but its wheelbase has been shortened to 2,470 mm (-26 mm) to sharpen agility. Track width is also up – 1,609 millimetres at the front (+98 mm) and 1,616 millimetres at the rear (+57 mm). All this help the Z4 achieve a 50:50 weight distribution.

    On the design front, the ragtop roadster gets vertical LED headlights (a first for BMW, placement-wise) as standard, while the Adaptive LED with matrix function is optional. The aggressive front apron comes with huge air intakes, and the wide BMW kidney grille features a 3D honeycomb pattern.

    Round the side, the sDrive20i and sDrive30i rest on 17-inch alloys as standard, whereas the M40i get the larger 18-inch items. However, 19-inch units are optional, and in true BMW fashion, all variants come with wider rear tyres. The soft-top can be had in two colours (black and anthracite/silver) and is electrically operated in the space of 10 seconds, at speeds up to 50 km/h.

    At the back, there’s an integrated spoiler, and the slim L-shape tail lights help give the Z4 a nice rear-three-quarter look. Below that is a rather bold apron, flushed with deeply-recessed vertical reflectors, diffuser, rear fog lamp and twin hexagonal exhaust exits (M40i only).

    Options include nine exterior paint colours (one non-metallic and eight metallic shades; the one you see here is Cerium Grey) for the car’s exterior paintwork. The Sport Line or M Sport pack can also be had – the former features gloss black exterior accents and 18-inch alloys, whereas the M Sport kit comes with a more aggressive front and rear bumper, prominent side skirt contouring and 18-inch M light-alloy wheels.

    Inside, the Z4 gets a more upmarket approach, thanks in part to the use of electroplated trim pieces. In M40i form, it gets coloured head-up display, fully-digital Sensatec instrument panel, 10.25-inch infotainment display with BMW Live Cockpit Professional, dual-zone automatic climate control, 464 watt 12-speaker Harman Kardon Surround Sound System with a digital amplifier and M-specific steering wheel and foot pedals.

    Leather sports seats with integrated head restraints are standard – the sDrive30i gets Vernasca leather that’s available in black, ivory white, cognac and magma red, each complete with contrast stitching and piping. The M40i gets leather and Alcantara interior with blue contrast stitching and blue piping as standard.

    Lastly, the Z4 comes with Active Park Distance control and rear view camera as standard, as well as Collision Warning and Pedestrian Warning with City Braking function and Lane Departure Warning system. Options include Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go function, Speed Limit Info system with No Passing Info display, distance information, Lane Change Warning System, and Rear Collision Prevention and Cross-Traffic Alert.

    Other features include Remote Software Upgrade (allows over-the-air updates, either via BMW Connected app or directly into the car with built-in SIM card), BMW Connected Navigation and BMW Digital Key, which is available for all NFC-capable Samsung smartphones.

    The G29 BMW Z4 will be displayed at the Paris Motor Show next month, and will be rolled out globally in March 2019. It will be built at automaker’s Austrian manufacturing partner, Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik in Graz. What do you think of the Z4? Share with us your thoughts, below.

  • G20 BMW 3 Series teaser surfaces, shows huge grille

    We’ve been waiting for the new G20 BMW 3 Series for some time, and after plenty of speculation, spyshots and juicy details, it seems we’re finally reaching the end of the tunnel, as a teaser image of the seventh-generation compact executive model has surfaced on French forum Worldscoop.

    While the car seen here is draped in cloth, there are a couple of obvious design details that can clearly seen – the biggest of which (quite literally) being the massive double kidney grille. Unlike other recent BMW models, this grille is still connected to the headlights, but it’s now far larger and conjoined in the centre, in a similar form to what you’d find on the new 8 Series.

    Speaking of the headlights, they feature three-dimensional LED daytime running lights that are almost L-shaped. While the shape of the lamps themselves can’t be seen, previous spyshots have revealed a notched design, and you can see this in a rendering prepared by Photoshop wizard Theophilus Chin.

    These renderings show what the finished product could look like

    The Cerium Grey grille surround hints that this is the M Performance version, the M340i, which will utilise a new version of the B58 3.0 litre turbocharged straight-six petrol engine. Although outputs have yet to be revealed, it should make between 340 hp and 360 hp, similar to other M Performance models like the X3 and X4 M40i, the M140i and M240i and the new Z4 M40i.

    There will also be a new 2.0 litre four-pot mill first seen on the facelifted MINI Hatch, which BMW says is its most powerful four-cylinder engine ever – despite using around five percent less fuel than before. This is clearly seen with the 330i already tested by publications such as Autocar, which now makes 260 hp (up from 252 hp) and 400 Nm of torque (from 350 Nm).

    Interior takes cues from recent models like the G05 X5 and G29 Z4

    The entry-level 1.5 litre turbo three-pot should continue to be offered, as will the usual brace of diesel engines. As before, there’s a choice of a six-speed manual gearbox and a ZF eight-speed automatic, but this time models 330i and up will be offered exclusively with the automatic.

    Under the skin, the next 3 Series will utilise a version of the modular CLAR architecture already used by the 5 and 7 Series, with a greater use of aluminium, magnesium and high-strength steel bringing total weight down by as much as 55 kg. It gets a new form of twin-rated passive dampers for improved comfort (adaptive dampers are optional) and a new optional M Sport differential.

  • 2018 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough in Malaysia – RM75,000

    Recently unveiled in the presence of Simone Niccolai, managing director of Asia Pacific 2Wheeler, Piaggio Asia Pacific is the 2018 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough, priced at RM75,000. However, there are a limited number of V7 III Roughs available to early birds at an introductory price of RM69,900.

    This brings the number of versions in the V7 III family to six with the addition of the Rough, Carbon and Milano to the current model range of the Stone, Racer and Special. The V7 III Rough is dressed in what Moto Guzzi calls “an urban country style” that resembles the classic scrambler motorcycles of the 70s.

    Carrying the traditional tranversely-mounted Moto Guzzi 744 cc V-twin, with two pushrod-actuated valves per cylinder, the V7 III Rough has 52 hp at 6,200 rpm and 60 Nm at 4,900 on tap. Fed by single throttle body Marelli EFI, power gets to the ground via a six-speed gearbox and shaft drive.

    Standard on the Rough, as with all V7 III bikes in the range, is two-channel ABS and switchable two-mode traction control. The modes on the traction control can be changed by the rider to dry, rain or off, as desired.

    Setting the V7 III Rough apart from its siblings is semi-knobby tyres mounted on spoked wheels – an 18-inch in front and a 17-inch hoop in the rear. Seat height on the Rough is 770 mm, making it easy for a range of riders to mount and wet weight is claimed to be 209 kg.

    Fuel for the 2018 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough is carried in a 21-litre tank and the seat with special stitching is unique to the Rough. Also unique to the V7 III Rough are the aluminium side covers and front mudguard.

    Suspension on the Rough is traditional telescopic forks in front, protected by rubber gaiters for that authentic “retro” look and twin preload-adjustable shock absorbers in the rear. Braking is with a single 320 mm disc in front, grabbed by a Brembo four-piston calliper and single 260 mm disc on the back wheel.


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