Definition of superlative, of the highest kind, quality, or order; surpassing all else or others. This quite easily sums up BMW’s latest flagship luxury-barge and we were rather privileged to have such early access to one. Cue our very handsome mineral white, “Design Pure Excellence” M-Sport equipped 740Li. Going against what we’ve been used to, […]Read more "A World of Superlatives: Driving the BMW G12 740Li MSport"
Life’s not easy being the industry benchmark. You have competitors constantly churning out rivals to claw at your feet and eager beaver watchers on the sidelines just waiting for you to fail. Which makes it especially tough for BMW to create an updated version of what is already an excellent product. The BMW 3 Series. […]Read more "Introspective Refresh: Driving the BMW 318i Sport LCI"
1.5litre inline-4, 130PS, 960kg, 6-speed manual, FR. Your move Nissan.Read more "Toyota S-FR Concept"
There is a saying, “Once a die-caster, always a die-caster.” Actually, i totally made that up. But the truth is, the collecting of these little cars is an immensely addictive hobby. One that i thought i had given up many years ago only to succumb every now and then. Occasionally giving in when i spy […]Read more "Redux: Ignition Models’ 1/18 KPGC10 “Hakosuka” Skyline"
It’s been some time since we last slid behind the wheel of the F20 1 Series. Close to 4 years in fact, but its Life-Cycle-Impulse (BMW-speak for mid-life facelift) couldn’t have come at a better time. On one hand, the 1’s divisive styling was doing it no favours, and on the other, Mercedes’ A-Class is […]Read more "One for the road: Driving the BMW F20 116d"
In a place where good eats can be found pretty much anywhere, 4-days in Tokyo for a foodie is really nowhere near enough. Which is why we found ourselves narrowing down a small list of places we would like to visit once we set foot into this Metropolis. A word of advise? Google maps is […]Read more "Tokyo Food-Otaku: Of Ramen, Burgers And everything in between"
Admittedly, i had actually wanted to do a couple more write-ups on the more tasty bits of Tokyo back when i last visited in January, but somehow i have never got around to doing it. One of the reasons was probably because i was just too busy stuffing my face and didn’t get much photos […]Read more "Tokyo Food-Otaku: Tsukiji-Hunting"