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Perodua Myvi 1.5 SE and 1.5 Extreme launched in Malaysia

Today, Perodua officially added two new variants to its flagship model by launching the Myvi 1.5 SE and Myvi 1.5 Extreme.


The engines of the New Myvi SE and Myvi Extreme have uprated with 1.5-litre DOHC 16V DVVT (3SZ-VE) engine instead of 1.3-litre engine. The power plant delivers a maximum power of 76kW (102hp) @ 6,000rpm with a max torque of 136Nm @ 4,400rpm.


On the colour variations, the New Myvi 1.5 SE comes in 5 colours (Solid Majestic Yellow, Solid Ivory White, Metallic Mystical Purple, Metallic Ebony Black, and Metallic Glittering Silver). At the same time, the New Myvi 1.5 Extreme only comes in 3 colours (Solid Majestic Yellow, Solid Ivory White, and Metallic Ebony Black).





On-the-Road (OTR) price in Peninsular Malaysia 


Perodua Myvi 1.5 SE

- Manual – RM50,900 – RM 51,400

- Automatic – RM 53,900 – RM 54,400 (with standard audio headunit)

- Automatic – RM 56,000 – RM 56,500 (with multimedia & navigation system)


Perodua Myvi 1.5 Extreme

- Manual – RM 58,200 – RM 58,700

- Automatic – RM 61,200 – RM 61,700


For more information, please refer to: http://www.fastmotoring.com/index.php/2011/09/perodua-myvi-1-5-extreme-and-1-5-se-officially-launched-in-malaysia/

The World Most Exotic Traffic Jam By Supercar


There was a supercar convoy at Gurston Down, UK. The multi-million-dollar parade was captured on film and uploaded to YouTube.

Cars like Ferrari, Bentley, Lamborghini, Jaguar, Audi, Porsche, Ruf, Bugatti, TVR and Koenigsegg all sauntered around and set off the world most exotic traffic jam. Cool! Check it out.

A History of Michelin Man


The Michelin Man’s was created in 1898 (Creator: Idea conceived by Edouard Michelin; artist's rendition created by O'Galop) by to resemble a man made of tires, back when tires took on either a greyish-white or light, translucent beige colour.

He is also mute to represent the strong, silent type. The Michelin Man’s real name is Bibendum—meaning “drinking to be done” in Latin and referring to the notion that the firm’s new pneumatic inflatable tires could “drink up obstacles” on the road without going flat—while the word “michelin” in Spanish has acquired the meaning of “spare tire,” or folds of fatty skin around one’s waist.

Toshiba No-Glasses 3D TV


Toshiba's 3D televisions, launched in Europe at IFA on Friday, create the illusion of depth without the need to wear special glasses by sending images of different perspectives to the right eye and others to the left eye.