Toyota Motor Thailand has launched the Hilux Champ, the brand’s simpler and more affordable alternative to the Hilux.
Toyota is preparing to roll out electric pickup trucks as taxis in Thailand, with Pattaya chosen as the testing grounds.
Mitsubishi has made new Triton Group T1 prototype cross-country vehicles to tackle the Asia Cross Country Rally 2023.
After its launch in 2019, the Corolla Altis gets a facelift as Toyota Thailand unveiled the updated 2024 Corolla Altis.
The new Mitsubishi Strada will debut very soon in Thailand on July 26, 2023, which could be based on the XRT Concept.
Should the new Almera ever make its way into the Philippines, the Thai-spec version provides a yardstick of features to expect.
Unveiled near the end of 2022, the refreshed Nissan Almera is confirmed to make its ASEAN debut in Thailand this month.
Changan Automobile is building a new EV plant in Thailand, the brand’s very first production facility outside of China.
After a global launch several months back, Southeast Asia is finally getting their turn at the Hyundai IONIQ 6 EV sedan.
The 2023 Honda CR-V has officially debuted in Thailand, featuring two new power units and a fresh exterior.
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Thailand will receive the new CR-V e:HEV and VTEC Turbo models in the upcoming 2023 Bangkok Motor Show.
Isuzu Thailand’s mu-X Phantom Edition launched on February 4, 2023, could we see this trim in the Philippines?
The 5,000,000th unit shipped out by Mitsubishi Thailand is a Strada.
It's only a matter of time as Suzuki Philippines is also set to launch the Ertiga hybrid in the country sometime next year.
With a unit already being seen in Thailand, chances of the V6 turbo diesel version of the Everest coming to the Philippine market have increased.
The hot hatchback will officially make its way into the ASEAN region with Thailand getting first dibs on the GR Corolla.
It's no secret that Honda Philippines sources its units from Thailand and there is a high chance the all-new BR-V could launch here next.
It may be called the Yaris Ativ in Thailand, but once it comes to the Philippine market, it will retain the Vios nameplate.
This could be what the locally available Toyota Fortuner could look like in a couple of months' time.
It's the Ford Equator in other markets, but once it enters the ASEAN region it will be called the 2023 Ford Territory.