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  • 2021 Honda City Hatchback RS debuts in Indonesia – 1.5L NA engine; manual and CVT; Malaysia next?

    Following its world debut in Thailand last November, the Honda City Hatchback has now been launched in Indonesia, replacing the third-generation Jazz that was previously offered there. Interestingly enough, the archipelagic country is welcoming the hatchback version of the latest City first, before the sedan that is already available to us in Malaysia.

    For the Indonesian market, the City Hatchback comes in a sole RS trim level, although customers will get to choose between a six-speed manual (yes, you read right) and a CVT, both mated to the same engine.

    Just like our market, that engine is not the 1.0 litre VTEC Turbo three-cylinder petrol unit offered in Thailand. Instead, it’s a 1.5 litre DOHC i-VTEC naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine that makes 121 PS at 6,600 rpm and 145 Nm of torque, which Honda Prospect Motor (HPM) – the local distributor there – says is the most powerful in its class.

    In terms of equipment, the City Hatchback is identically specced regardless of transmission choice, with the RS look being standard and represented by a black front grille, shark fin antenna, tailgate spoiler, door handles, side mirror caps, rear diffuser element and fog lamp garnish.

    Standard exterior equipment includes LED lighting for the exterior (headlamps, DRLs, fog lamps and taillights), 16-inch alloy wheels with 185/55 profile tyres, keyless entry, heat-rejecting tinted glass and a multi-angle reverse camera.

    Inside, you’ll find a combination of leather, suede and fabric upholstery, manually-operated front seats, keyless engine start, an eight-inch touchscreen head unit with WebLink and Apple CarPlay support, four speakers, along with single-zone automatic air-conditioning. The CVT option does come with remote engine start and paddle shifters, which aren’t on the manual.

    The City Hatchback in RS guise also comes with a red and black interior, the latter as a contrast to showcase its sportiness. Said colour is seen on the AC panel, stitching on the leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob as well as instrument cluster. Honda’s Ultra Seats are also present, allowing for a variety of seat configurations that either maximise comfort or practicality.

    On the safety front, the model comes with six airbags as standard, along with Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), hill start assist, front seat belt reminders, Isofix child seat anchors on the outer rear seats and four rear parking sensors.

    Customers will have six colours to choose from, including Phoenix Orange Pearl, Rallye Red, Crystal Black Pearl, Meteoroid Grey Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic and Platinum White Pearl. They can also purchase Modulo accessories for the exterior, which include door visors, plus front, side and rear skirting.

    Official pricing for the City Hatchback is unavailable for now, with HPM only set to reveal figures later in April. With the model making its way to more ASEAN markets, could we be next? There have been rumours that the Jazz will be dropped here, with the City Hatchback being its replacement. Excited?


     
  • Perodua Ativa – 6k bookings, over 100 units registered

    Even those who aren’t into cars – like my curious neighbours – know that Perodua has just launched a new SUV. It’s only March, but the Perodua Ativa should easily be the biggest car launch of 2021 when we do our recap later. And from the initial figures, it won’t be long before the new model is everywhere around town.

    It’s one thing to launch a car, another thing to produce and deliver consistently. For instance, Honda reminded us yesterday that it has delivered close to 13,000 units of the fifth-generation City as of February. Meanwhile, the much-hyped Proton X50, which was also launched in October 2020, has found 8,141 homes.

    Back to Perodua. We’ve got the latest figures from the market leader, and as of 3pm today (March 5), it has collected 6,027 bookings for the Ativa since order taking started on February 19. This time two days ago, the evening of the launch, they had some 5k names, so it’s 1k extra in slightly more than a day.

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    It’s one thing to collect bookings, another thing to deliver. After nearly two days of sales, as of 4.30pm today (March 5), Perodua has registered 102 units of the SUV. It’s worth noting that unlike many major new models from other brands, the Ativa’s teaser/pre-launch booking period was very short (less than two weeks) and prospects didn’t get to see/test till after the launch.

    We are genuinely surprised that there are some who think that the Ativa – priced from RM61,500 to RM72,000 on-the-road with SST exemption, without insurance – is expensive. This is an SUV with the latest DNGA platform, a turbo engine, a novel D-CVT gearbox, ASA 3.0/AEB across the board, adaptive LED headlamps, and Level 2 semi-autonomous tech in the AV – were you expecting Myvi prices?

    Seems like the actual carbuyers in the market do not share the same sentiments – as of last week, 75% of bookings were for the range topper, and most of those AV buyers went for the pearl colours (red or white) with a black roof, which is a double cost option. This trend is expected to continue.

    For more details on the new Perodua Ativa, check out our launch report and first impressions review. The spec-by-spec breakdown is below, as are galleries of all three variants (plus GearUp accessories, all pics after the jump) and a detailed walk-around video.

    2021 Perodua Ativa 1.0T X – RM61,500

    Gets as standard:

    Mechanicals

    • 1.0 litre 1KR-VET VVT-i DOHC engine
    • 998 cc turbocharged three-cylinder petrol
    • 98 PS at 6,000 rpm, 140 Nm of torque from 2,400 to 4,000 rpm
    • D-CVT with seven virtual ratios
    • Front-wheel drive
    • Automatic engine stop/start
    • 18.9 km per litre fuel consumption
    • Ventilated discs brakes (front), drums (rear)
    • MacPherson strut suspension (front), torsion beam (rear)

    Exterior

    • LED reflector headlights with automatic high beam
    • Silver upper grille bar, chrome lower bar
    • 16-inch silver alloy wheels with Goodyear Assurance Triplemax 2 205/65-section tyres
    • Power-adjustable black door mirrors with manual fold
    • Body-coloured door handles
    • Black A- and B-pillars
    • LED taillights
    • Shark fin antenna
    • Silver tailgate garnish
    • Glittering Silver, Granite Grey and Cobalt Blue colour options

    Interior

    • Keyless entry
    • Push-button start
    • Urethane steering wheel with Power button
    • Silver centre air vent trim
    • Black door pulls and grab handles
    • Digital air-conditioning controls with memory buttons
    • Centre door lock/unlock buttons
    • Fabric upholstery
    • Analogue instrument cluster with multi-info display
    • Radio with Bluetooth connectivity
    • Four speakers
    • Two front USB ports
    • 60:40 split-folding and reclining rear seats
    • Two-step boot floor (303 to 369 litres)
    • Full-sized spare tyre

    Safety

    • Six airbags (front, side, front and rear curtain)
    • ABS with EBD and brake assist
    • Stability control
    • Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection (now up to 120 km/h)
    • Lane Departure Warning and Protection
    • Pedal Misoperation Control (PMC)
    • Front Departure Alert (FDA)
    • Front and rear seat belt reminders
    • Rear ISOFIX child seat anchors
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Five-star ASEAN NCAP safety rating

    2021 Perodua Ativa 1.0T H – RM66,100

    Adds on:

    Exterior

    • Automatic LED headlights with sequential indicators, cornering lights and Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB)
    • LED front fog lights
    • Dual chrome grille bars
    • Silver front and rear skid plates
    • 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels with Bridgestone Turanza T005A 205/60-section tyres
    • Automatic power-folding door mirrors
    • Chrome tailgate garnish
    • Pearl Diamond White and Pearl Delima Red colour options (RM500)

    Interior

    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
    • Steering wheel audio controls
    • Silver corner air vent trim
    • Silver centre console trim
    • Silver door grab handles with red trim
    • Soft-touch centre armrest and door trim
    • Seven-inch digital instrument display
    • Nine-inch infotainment touchscreen with Smart Link screen mirroring
    • One front HDMI port
    • Two rear USB ports

    Safety

    • Front parking sensors
    • Reverse camera

    2021 Perodua Ativa 1.0T AV – RM71,200

    Adds on:

    Exterior

    • Chrome door handles
    • Black roof option for Pearl Diamond White and Pearl Delima Red (RM800)

    Interior

    • Red corner air vent highlights
    • Chrome door pulls
    • Chrome gearlever surround, silver gearknob trim
    • Chrome handbrake button
    • Red centre console storage compartments
    • Faux leather and suede upholstery with red highlights and headrest strip
    • Six speakers
    • Driving video recorder
    • Llumar security window tint

    Safety

    • Adaptive cruise control
    • Lane centring assist
    • Blind spot monitoring
    • Rear cross traffic alert

    Our full coverage of the launch of the Perodua Ativa

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  • Proton to eventually redesign bodies of Geely-based models, promises “revolutionary” designs in 5-6 years

    Yesterday, we spoke to Proton chief designer Azlan Othman and Geely Design Shanghai vice president Guy Burgoyne regarding the future direction of Proton Design. While the two were tight-lipped on the specifics, Azlan did tease a few key details about future Geely-based models.

    Currently, the X70 and X50 are only differentiated from their Chinese counterparts, the Boyue and Binyue/Coolray, through small tweaks like the front grille and speaker grilles. Azlan, however, said that Proton will eventually progress to redesigning the entire body of the car, or the top hat in industry speak.

    Addressing public comments about the lack of unique design cues on the SUVs, Azlan said, “What a lot of people tend to forget is the objective of the project. Maybe they just see one product, whereas us on this side of the fence, we see the total long-term picture. As we move from just entertaining CBU projects, we go to CKD and soon enough full top hat change, then I think the appreciation will improve.”

    Azlan added that Proton is still in an evolutionary phase in terms of its design, as it is effectively rebadging Geely models. Designing a new top hat will give designers more freedom to make big changes, and Azlan is promising a “revolutionary” design language down the road – though don’t expect it to arrive so soon. “We started “Evolution 1.0” before and now we’re in 2.0. We even have a vision, five or six years ahead, of a “Revolution” look,” he said.

    Part of the reason why Proton hasn’t made many aesthetic changes to the X70 and X50 are the limitations placed on the design of the cars. “Obviously, if we’re looking at the donor product concept, the limitations are more. But as we move to the other direction, a new top hat for example, the sky’s the limit,” Azlan said.

    The general perception that Proton’s indigenous models look very different from its Geely-based ones also isn’t lost on Azlan, who said that the company needs time to build a more cohesive look. “I agree with all the netizens and general public out there.

    “It is complex to have exactly the same look between the legacy and donor [cars]. We have to start small first, like the grille area, the wheels, a bit of the interior colour and trim concepts, and then we will grow [from there]. I urge the general public to understand the bigger picture, and it will only get better.”

    “[Our collaboration] is still in its infancy, three years. We need to take it step-by-step, slowly work this marriage out first, and then we’ll show you what we can do.”

    Even so, Azlan said that there will always be differences between the two types of Protons. “When it comes to the donor cars, we are quite reliant on our partner Geely for the best value that we can get from the collaboration. For the legacy cars, we have the freedom. I don’t think there will be a total convergence between the two, it doesn’t make sense for a Proton to look exactly like a Geely.”

    Burgoyne added some comments as to why Proton’s SUVs look very similar to the Geely versions, saying that the company is focused on offering value to the customer – a wholesale visual revamp would cost more and detract from the value proposition.

    “Most people don’t understand that with a great value product, there is a balance between uniqueness and commonality, and the commonality is in places which don’t necessarily affect the uniqueness of the brand, they’re in places that just provide great solutions and great value to the customer.

    “Getting that balance right is a game nearly all car manufacturers play around the world across brands. There’s obviously a business part to it – if you make every single thing unique to every single market then the car’s gonna cost so much that you’re never going to sell any or you’re gonna make the customers unhappy.”

    The news of a body redesign being in the pipeline opens the door to the possibility of Proton building cars on Geely’s B-segment Modular Architecture (BMA), which the X50 is based on. Rather than simply rebadging an existing car, the company could design car bodies and interiors that are completely unique to Proton but share the underlying platform and mechanical bits with Geely models.

     
  • Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo to launch in Malaysia in 2H 2021 – pre-orders available at all SDAP outlets

    Fancy yourself the new Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo? Well, Malaysian Porsche distributor Sime Darby Auto Performance (SDAP) has announced that it will be accepting pre-orders for the electric shooting brake at all Porsche Centres nationwide.

    The Taycan Cross Turismo is expected to make its debut here in the second half of this year. No exact time frame has been given, but you can expect it to cost a little bit more than the standard Taycan range, which starts from RM725k for the entry-level 4S.

    Just to quickly recap, the new Cross Turismo variant is essentially a more practical version that offers slightly better headroom for the rear passengers, plus a larger 446-litre boot space (up from 406 in the Taycan) that expands up to 1,212 litres with the rear seats folded.

    For cycling lovers, you can also opt for the bespoke, Porsche-made bike carrier that hangs over the rear. It fits two bikes (of various sizes) as standard, and you can even stack a third bike on the optional roof rails.

    Currently, there are four variants of the Cross Turismo available. The line-up starts with the base Taycan 4 (380 PS), Taycan 4S (490 PS), as well as the Taycan Turbo and Turbo S with 625 PS. All four variants feature are available for pre-order. You may click here to learn all about the Cross Turismo variant.

    GALLERY: 2021 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo Turbo S

    GALLERY: 2021 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo 4S

     
  • DBKL: 700 pothole complaints received in 41 days

    The Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) pothole complaints channel launched on January 7 has received 1,224 responses at of February 17, with around 700 complaints actually related to pothole issues, The Star reported.

    From this tally, at least 77% have been resolved by DBKL, said the city hall’s civil engineering and drainage department senior deputy director Azli Shah Ali Bashah. “The pothole complaints channel which allows the public to inform the authorities about potholes via WhatsApp also enables us to respond in a timely manner and even update the complainants once the job is done,” he said.

    For potholes less than one square metre in size, action will be taken within 24 hours of receiving the complaint, he said during a virtual talk held by the Kuala Lumpur information department (Jabatan Penerangan WPKL). Other complaints received through the channel were regarding cleanliness and drainage problems, according to the report.

    A report by StarMetro on February 8 wrote that Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Seri Mahadi Che Ngah issued a verbal warning to utility contractors who had patched roads badly after installing underground pipes and cables.

    “At least 40% of the potholes in Kuala Lumpur are a direct result of the works carried out by utility contractors. They must be accountable and be fast in repairing the damage, with no dragging their feet and no delays,” the mayor said at the time. Those who failed to do a proper resurfacing job would face ‘hefty bills’ and may lose their security deposits for the work carried out.

    At the end of last year, the works ministry reiterated its pledge to repair potholes within 24 hours of receiving complaints or discovery, or in three days for permanent repairs. In 2016, DBKL declared that Kuala Lumpur will be a pothole-free city by 2017.

    A total of 4,091 complaints regarding public infrastructure were received by the ministry and the public works department as of November 30, and of these, 1,473 were for damaged roads. All complaints have been processed and action has been taken by the JKR as of December 31, according to the works ministry.

    Residents of the city can lodge complaints with the city hall via the DBKL complaints channel via WhatsApp at 011-6239 6652.

     
  • Nissan Note e-Power – third-gen debuts in Singapore

    The third-gen Nissan Note has been launched in Singapore. The hatchback, which was introduced last November, goes on sale in the republic in two variant forms, Lite and Premium, with prices starting from S$99,800 (RM303,550) inclusive of certificate of entitlement (COE).

    The new Note arrives in that market as a hybrid, and that’s because there’s only one powertrain available for it, in this case an e-Power petrol-electric system. There are no longer any petrol-only variants for the Note.

    The second-generation e-Power system on the car continues to feature a HR12 1.2 litre three-cylinder engine as the generator to charge the battery pack, but the unit has been made more efficient, operating at a lower RPM and engaged less often during a typical drive. It also offers better fuel economy and increased power, although specific output from the engine isn’t highlighted.

    Elsewhere, there’s a new electric motor and inverter. The inverter is 40% smaller and 30% lighter than before, while the new motor increases torque by 10%. In terms of output, the electric motor in the e-Power system offers 115 PS and 280 Nm, up from the 109 PS and 254 Nm previously.

    Standard kit on the Note e-Power includes automatic LED headlamps, front fog lamps, the automaker’s Zero Gravity front seats, a seven-inch digital TFT instrument display, a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support as well as auto air-conditioning. There’s also a One-Pedal function that allows drivers to accelerate and decelerate (via regenerative braking) using only the accelerator pedal.

    Differences in the two variants are minor. The Lite comes with fabric upholstery, while the Premium – which is priced from S$102,800 (RM312,680) – ups this to black nappa leather. Elsewhere, although both variants ride on 16-inch wheels, the ones on the Lite are of the steel variety (with hub caps), with the Premium getting alloy units.

    Safety and driver assistance systems include seven airbags, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning and Intelligent Forward Emergency Braking (or AEB), lane departure warning, high beam assist, front/rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera.

    A total of 11 body colour options are available for the car in Singapore, including the Vivid Blue/Black Star two-tone scheme seen in the lead photos here.

    On a related note (no pun intended), Malaysia continues to wait for the arrival of e-Power. In 2018, Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM) said that it was looking into introducing the hybrid system here, but not with the previous-gen Note. It looks unlikely that the new Note will make it here, so if the system does come, it could be with the Kicks facelift, which is planned for our market.

    GALLERY: 2021 Nissan Note e-Power

     
  • SPYSHOTS: G15 BMW 8 Series Coupe LCI seen testing

    A development vechicle for the facelifted G15 BMW 8 Series coupe has been sighted by our spy photographers in Germany, which the example sighted here wearing camouflage foil at its front and rear ends, denoting where the exterior changes to the bodywork will be.

    Changes can be expected to be applied to the grille and headlamps, along with a new front bumper taking care of the restyling at the front end of the car. Crease lines on the bonnet, roof, as well as along the sides of the facelift development car here appear the same as those on the present model, with changes at the rear end similarly expected from the tail lamps and rear bumper.

    The trapezoidal exhaust outlets and Cerium Grey exterior mirror covers suggest that this particular unit will be the 4.4 litre biturbo petrol V8-powered M850i, which will likely continue to be joined in the line-up by the six-cylinder 840i variant. At present, the N63B44T3 powerplant in the M850i produces 530 PS from 5,500 to 6,500 rpm and 750 Nm of torque from 1,800 to 4,600 rpm.

    Meanwhile, the 3.0 litre inline-six in the 840i (sold in Malaysia in four-door Gran Coupe form) produces 340 PS from 5,000 rpm to 6,000 rpm and 500 Nm of torque from 1,600 rpm to 4,500 rpm. Both six- and eight-cylinder engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic, which will likely continue to serve in the Life Cycle Impulse (facelift) 8 Series.

    There appears to be a little way to go before the 8 Series Coupe LCI appears in its fully developed production outfit, so for now the two-door will likely make its debut towards the end of this year, or early 2022.

     
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    Are you thinking of selling your car? Look no further, as Sime Darby Auto Selection (SDAS) is holding a trade-in campaign beginning this month.

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  • GALLERY: Ford Ranger Raptor X Special Edition in red

    If you’re into pick-up trucks, what’s hotter than a Ford Ranger Raptor? Perhaps one painted in True Red. Earlier this week, Sime Darby Auto ConneXion (SDAC) announced such a truck, the Ford Ranger Raptor X Special Edition, and here’s a full gallery of the red hot truck.

    Aside from the eye-catching paintjob, the Malaysian exclusive SE gets Raptor X lightning bolt decals on the rear sides. Like the regular Ranger Raptor, the decals cover the swelled rear arches and extend into the rear passenger door. There are matching graphics on the bed’s tailgate, including an ‘X’ over the black Raptor badge.

    Inside, Raptor X logos are found on the carpet mats, but that red centre line on the steering wheel wasn’t meant to match the SE’s exterior – it’s also found on the regular Raptor. Likewise, all interior contrast stitching are in blue – like the standard truck – and not red.

    In terms of kit, the Raptor X comes with a 360-degree camera that provides real-time, full coverage of the area surrounding the vehicle. This parking aid would be useful in such a bulky vehicle.

    There’s also a dual-channel Kenwood digital video recorder (DVR). The dashcam comes with a built-in polarised filter and offers a range of functions, including quad high-definition (HD) recording, wide-angle viewing and night view recording. Via a mobile app, the DVR can be connected to a mobile phone for viewing of footage.

    As expected, there are no mechanical changes to the 2.0 litre bi-turbo four-cylinder diesel engine – which continues to offer 213 PS and 500 Nm of torque – mated to a 10-speed Getrag automatic gearbox with steering paddle shifters.

    The Raptor X SE is based on the 2020 update for the high-performance Ranger, which arrived here in April last year. The model year update introduced new features such as autonomous emergency braking (AEB) with pedestrian detection and lane keeping assist, LED headlights with new square projectors, front parking sensors, a front passenger seat belt reminder as well as a USB port near the rear-view mirror.

    The Ford Ranger Raptor X is priced at RM216,888 on-the-road without insurance, and it comes with a five-year/160,000-km factory warranty, which was introduced for the whole Ranger line-up in February. This makes the SE RM6,000 costlier than the standard Raptor, which had its price increased to RM210,888 for 2021. Not a big sum when you’re buying a RM200k truck, and with that red body, you’re sure to stand out.

    GALLERY: Ford Ranger Raptor X Special Edition

    GALLERY: 2020 Ford Ranger Raptor

     
 

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