A Third National Car?
Richard Bradbury | Daniel Fernandez
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This week on Cruise Control, the illegality of standing in a parking spot, Malaysia’s third national car, and augmented reality in our vehicles, are all headlines sped through by Richard and Daniel, in Ariff’s absence. Both Maserati and Range Rover have new models coming out, which raises a question - what can we expect from them? Another common question is what factors affect electric vehicle batteries, and Daniel has all the answers just in time for a new influx of electric cars. We end the episode with no car review, but with a cautionary tale against buying 2x4 pickup trucks with auto transmission.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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Categories: Business Analysis, Auto, SME, Markets
Tags: National car, electric car, standing in a parking spot, maserati levante, range rover, volvo, cruise control, 2x4 pickup trucks, pickup truck, auto transmission, Malaysian Automotive Association, Malaysian Automotive Institute,