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Japanese automakers are busy one-upping the other as the date for the Tokyo Motor Show draws near. After Mitsubishi earlier this month, it’s Mazda‘s turn to drop a hint, releasing a 15-second clip–the third in the series–for its upcoming all-electric crossover coupe. Unfortunately, all that we’re treated to is a …

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Mazda SKYACTIV-X

Mazda is planning to reveal its first battery-powered vehicle at next month’s Tokyo Motor Show, reports say. News of the Japanese car manufacturer’s plans for an electric vehicle (EV) has been circulating around since June of this year, when Mazda CEO Akira Marumoto told reporters that their first EV offering …

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Leading automotive firm Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) has partnered with Mutya Pilipinas, Inc. (MPI) to be the official eco-tourism mobility provider of Mutya Pilipinas 2019 this August. A fleet of 14-seater Hyundai H350 luxury vans will transport the 40 Mutyas (‘muse’ or ‘darling’ in Filipino) and organizers during the …

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Last July 17-18, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) participated in the 7th Philippine Electrical Vehicle Summit organized by the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP), held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City. Hyundai showcased two fully-electric vehicles at the event, the Kona and the Ioniq. In a …

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Over the last few weeks, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai passenger cars and commercial vehicles in the Philippines, has received support and praise from no less than His Excellency, Han Dong-Man, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the Philippines. Ambassador Han was the …

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Is the country ready for a fully electric car? Hyundai Philippines seems to think so, by releasing not one, but two electric vehicles in the country—the Hyundai Kona crossover and Hyundai Ioniq hatchback. For now, we’ll focus on the bigger car and what it offers. Without further ado, here’s your …

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Hyundai Kona Electric

Soon, all you need is your phone to tune your electric vehicles. This as Korean-based automotive brand Hyundai announced that it has developed a “smartphone-electric vehicle (EV) pairing based performance adjustment technology.” This simply means that one can tune his or her EV–adjust maximum torque output of the motor, ignition, …

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