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UMW Toyota Motor Special Promotions For The Month Of October and November 2014

UMW Toyota Motor kicked off its sales campaign for this month with attractive promotions and roadshows at 78 locations nationwide. Customers will be able to benefit from the great savings on offer with the option of low interest rates or low upfront payment for selected models.

MORE SATISFACTION AND REWARDS PROMOTIONS ON YOUR FAVORITE TOYOTA!!!!

Customers who purchase the luxurious Camry will enjoy monthly savings with low interest rates from 0.88% while rates for the Vios and Hilux start from 1.58%. The “Low Upfront Payment” option is applicable to the Vios, Camry, Hilux, Altis, Avanza, Innova, Alphard and Previa.

In conjunction with these promotions, UMW Toyota Motor will also be holding its Toyota Nationwide Roadshow at selected malls and outdoor locations from 1st October 2014 to 30th November 2014. Everyone is urged to head to the roadshows to learn more about Toyota vehicles and check out the exciting deals on offer. These offers are only valid from 1st – 31st October while stocks last. Terms and conditions apply.

Hurry! Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the Toyota model lineup and enjoy great savings when you purchase a Toyota today.

The location and dates of the roadshows are as follows:- 

 

Central

Date

1

Centre Court, Alamanda, Putrajaya

1 – 5 October

2

LG Oval, 1 Utama, PJ

8 – 12 October

3

Indoor, Tesco Ampang

17 – 19 October

4

Centre Court, Plaza Lowyat

20 – 26 October

5

Blue Concourse, Sunway Pyramid, PJ

22 – 26 October

6

Centre Court, AEON Taman Equine Shopping Centre

4 – 9 November

7

Centre Court, Setia City Mall

5 – 9 November

8

North Court, Mid Valley, KL

5 – 9 November

9

The Waterfront, Desa ParkCity, KL

7 – 9 November

10

Level Ground, Paradigm Mall, PJ

7 – 9 November

11

Centre Court, AEON Rawang Anggun Shopping Centre

11 – 16 November

12

Centre Court, SuriaKLCC, KL

12 – 16 November

13

South Court, AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre

18 – 23 November

14

Centre Court, AEON Cheras Selatan Shopping Centre

18 – 23 November

 

North

Date

15

Arena Square, beside Bus Station, Tg. Malim

1 – 3 October

16

Centre Court, AEON Kinta City Shopping Centre

8 – 12 October

17

Dataran Menara Condong, Teluk Intan

10 – 12 October

18

All 3 Courts, AEON Mall Bukit Mertajam, Penang

14 – 19 October

19

In front of UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd Showroom, Langkawi

14 – 17 October

20

Atrium, Village Mall, Sg, Petani

16 – 19 October

21

Centre Court, AEON Ipoh Station 18 Shopping Centre

4 – 9 November

22

Atrium, Alor Star Mall

6 – 9 November

23

Atrium, Taiping Sentral Mall

6 – 9 November

24

Centre Court, Queensbay Mall, Penang

6 – 9 November

25

Atrium, Sunway Carnival Mall, Seberang Jaya

7 – 9 November

26

C-Mart, Arau, Kangar

13 – 15 November

27

Old Wing, Gurney Plaza, Penang

13 – 16 November

28

Centre Court, AEON Seri Manjung

18 – 23 November

 

South

Date

29

Centre Court, AEON Tebrau City Shopping Centre

8 – 12 October

30

Tanah Lapang, Bandar Utama, Segamat

9 – 11 October

31

Econsave, Pontian

10 – 12 October

32

Dataran Menara Jam, Kota Tinggi

10 – 12 October

33

Centre Court, AEON Kulaijaya Shopping Centre

14 – 19 October

34

Atrium, Kluang Mall

24 – 26 October

35

Kiara Square Shopping Centre, Bahau

24 – 26 October

36

Centre Court, AEON Bandaraya Melaka Shopping Centre

4 – 9 November

37

Centre Court, AEON Bukit Indah Shopping Centre

4 – 9 November

38

Wetex Parade, Muar

6 – 8 November

39

Atrium, BP Mall, Batu Pahat

7 – 9 November

40

Centre Court, AEON Seremban 2 Shopping Centre

11 – 16 November

41

Atrium, Sutera Mall, Johor Bahru

14 – 16 November

 

East

Date

42

Atrium, KB Mall, Kota Bahru

8 – 11 October

43

Carpark, Pasaraya Tunas Manja, Raub

13 – 17 October

44

Outdoor Carpark, Mydin Mall, Kuala Terengganu

16 – 18 October

45

Ground Floor, Star City Mall, Mentakab

17 – 19 October

46

Atrium, East Coast Mall, Kuantan

6 – 9 November

47

Centre Court, Mesra Mall, Kertih

19 – 23 November

 

Sabah

Date

48

Kompleks Karamunsing, Kota Kinabalu

10 – 12 October

49

Giant Hypermarket, Sandakan

10 – 12 October

50

Sri Perdana, Lahad Datu

10 – 12 October

51

Giant Hypermarket, Tawau

17 – 19 October

52

Financial Park, Labuan

17 – 19 October

53

In front of Central Market, Tenom

17 – 19 October

54

Tapak Kenderaan Terminal Bas KK-Papar

24 – 26 October

55

Giant Hypermarket Putatan, Kota Kinabalu

24 – 26 October

56

Open Space at Sedco, Kinabatangan

24 – 26 October

57

Citymall, Kota Kinabalu

7 – 9 November

58

Carpark, In front of Petronas, Kota Marudu

7 – 9 November

59

Tapak Letak Kenderaan Dewan Serbaguna, Sipitang

7 – 9 November

60

Tamu Mingguan, Ranau

13 – 15 November

61

Padang Keningau, Keningau

14 – 16 November

62

Opposite Esso Station, Kunak

14 – 16 November


 

Sarawak

Date

63

New Wing, Boulevard Shopping Mall, Kuching

10 – 12 October

64

Inrun Showroom, Sri Aman

13 – 15 October

65

Medan Mall, Mukah

17 – 19 October

66

Summer Mall, Kota Samarahan

17 – 19 October

67

In front of BSN, Saratok

20 – 22 October

68

In Front of Meligai Hotel, Kapit

23 – 25 October

69

The Spring, Kuching

24 – 26 October

70

Bus Terminal, Batu Niah

25 & 26 October

71

Carpark, Betong Clock Tower

28 & 29 October

72

Star Mega Mall, Sibu

7 – 9 November

73

Carpark, Boulevard Shopping Mall, Miri

7 – 9 November

74

Giant Hypermarket Padawan, Kuching

7 – 9 November

75

Carpark, MDL, Next to Custom Office, Limbang

13 – 15 November

76

Park City Mall, Bintulu

14 – 16 November

77

Carpark, MDL Market, Lawas

17 & 18 November

78

Bintang Megamall, Miri

21 – 23 November

 

 

 

Team FXPrimus Aylezo for Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia

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FXPrimus, a Mauritian-based financial investment company and first Forex brokerage to formed Malaysian F1 team FXPrimus Aylezo. FXPrimus is a successful forex trader that uses their knowledge, astute analysis and technical mechanics to profit and win in an ever-moving market. The conception of Team FXPRIMUS Aylezo was based on the principles shared by the forex and motorsports disciplines. “Knowledge, Agility and Persistence” dance in unison on a fast-moving landscape to achieve graceful victories. Team FXPrimus Aylezo is backed by FXPrimus, Prime Mantle Corporation, JH Italia, Lamborghini Kuala Lumpur, Fuchs, Ecotint, Kaiho Tech, CapitalTV, Splices TV, Ztro, Pholio, FX:1 Academy and Automotive Synergy. Team FXPrimus Aylezo is operated by its founder, owner and driver-Mr Zen Low and by its Team Principal Mohamed Nedim Dato’ Seri Nazri Aziz. The new team gives Malaysia exposure to the worlds eltie racing championship and shows Malaysia as an emerging market.

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FXPrimus is proud to be the title sponsor of Team FXPrimus Aylezo in the 2014 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia, the world’s fastest one-make series. Team FXPrimus Aylezo will be participating the 2014 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia Season. The team will follow the 2014 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia season with races in Sepang, Malaysia on 11th May, in Sentul, Indonesia on 8th June, in Fuji, Japan on 31st August, in Zhuhai on 21st September, in Shanghai, China on 19th October and in Sepang on 23rd November for the World Final.

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Team Aylezo is a motorsport team that was established in year 2009. Team Aylezo is a race team that specialize in Lotus cars, it evolved to include motor racing using varieties of GT cars such as Lamborghini, Audi, BMW and others. The team has set up their own garage to cater their own motorsport needs. Besides, they are able to adapt their race knowledge to road cars and to achieve the best out of their own machines. This team also features an impressive line-up of very experienced race drivers. Team Aylezo is managed and run by an experienced team of managers, engineers and mechanics, who are all able to provide a cohesive and race winning entity.

 

Gallery : Team FXPrimus Aylezo for Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia

Sime Darby Auto Performance introduces the new Porsche Macan in Malaysia

Porsche is expanding its range to include a whole new class of vehicle. The Macan is the first Porsche model to break into the compact SUV segment and is poised to set new standards in the field of driving dynamics and enjoyment.

Sime Darby Auto Performance introduces the new Porsche Macan in Malaysia

Sime Darby Auto Performance (SDAP), the authorised importer of Porsche vehicles in Malaysia, has introduced all variants of the highly anticipated new Macan model to include the highest of its range the Macan Turbo, Macan S, Macan S Diesel and the Macan is now available in Malaysia market.

“Porsche Macan is the first sports car in the compact SUV segment and it is the fifth model line-up for the Porsche brand. It combines all the typical Porsche driving characteristics with all the benefits of what a compact SUV can offer in the everyday life. I am certain that with the new Macan, we will be able to reach out to new owners who are looking into joining the Porsche family for the first time as well as to excite our long-term customers,” said Arnt Bayer, Chief Executive Officer of SDAP.

The Macan will be making an appearance in Paragon Mall, Penang from 19th to 21st September 2014 and Bangsar Shopping Centre from 15th to 19th October 2014 for an opportunity to the Malaysian public to have a closer look at Porsche’s fifth model range. The Macan model range is now available for bookings at Porsche Centre Damansara and Porsche Centre Glenmarie.

Sime Darby Auto Performance introduces the new Porsche Macan in Malaysia

The new Macan is the sports car of the compact SUV segment. A Porsche through and through, the Macan is setting benchmarks in terms of driving dynamics and enjoyment – both on paved streets and off-road terrain. The Macan brings together the most powerful engine range in its class with the sporty seven-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) and one of the finest drive systems in the world – Porsche Traction Management (PTM) in conjunction with a sporty mix of tyres, fitted as standard. Furthermore, the new Porsche model line offers a choice of three sporty chassis versions, one of which features air suspension –an exclusive in the Macan’s segment. 

The sporty DNA of the Macan, as with all Porsche vehicles, is immediately recognisable in the design. Many details are reminiscent of the iconic 911 sports car and the technological bench-mark 918 model, and the Sports Utility Vehicle is unrivalled in its flat and broad profile on the road. The wraparound bonnet and gently sloping roof line accentuate the overall impression of sporty elegance and powerful dynamics. Many of the design elements have been taken from Porsche sports cars and enhanced for the Macan, making it clear to see from the very first glance that the Porsche Macan heralds the first sports car in the compact SUV segment. 

The range of equipment fitted on the Macan as standard is extensive, and includes the all-wheel drive, PDK, multi-function sport steering wheel with shift paddles, large wheels, high performance audio system and an electrically operated tailgate. The list of optional special equipment offers further exclusive highlights, such as the air suspension system: The Macan is the only vehicle in its segment to feature such a system. There is also the Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus) system, which has been specially tailored to the Macan. This system distributes varying levels of drive torque to the rear wheels and works in conjunction with an electronically controlled rear-axle differential lock. The list of Porsche options includes the much sought-after dynamic high beam forming part of the Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus), which continuously adjusts the headlight level in keeping with the traffic ahead and any oncoming traffic. A choice of premium-quality audio equipment is available in the form of the optional sound systems from Burmester® and Bose.

A new feature in the Macan is the wraparound bonnet that creates an impressive design detail, enclosing the headlights and extending down to the wheel arches. The imposing size of the bonnet and its precision lines running to the front of the vehicle give the Macan a broad and powerful appearance, while the seamless surface of the bonnet presents a clean front to the vehicle. 

The new Macan adopts the current DNA of the 918 Spyder in the form of the basic shape of its main headlights, while the sideblades at the bottom of the front and rear doors are reminiscent of the lower door seams on the hybrid super sports car. Combined with the sophisticated door handles, this makes the doors appear narrower and the sides significantly more sporty and streamlined. On the Macan S and Macan S Diesel, the sideblades are painted in Lava Black as standard. The Macan Turbo features sideblades painted in the same colour as the exterior (optional for Macan S and Macan S Diesel), adding to the classic elegance of its look. Sideblades in Genuine Carbon, available for all models as an option, add extra emphasis to the Macan’s sporty character. On the inside, the Macan is fitted with a multi-function sports steering wheel as standard, the design of which is completely new and based on the 918 Spyder.

A further design highlight on the side view is its sporty sloping roof line which creates a sharp profile and emphasises the dynamic nature of the vehicle, while the design lines running to the rear of the vehicle accentuate the broad, sculpted wings. Together with what are known as the window graphics – the edges of all lateral glass surfaces – and the shape of the D-pillar, these design lines are a nod to the design of the 911.

The rear lights on the Macan are another striking feature, boasting an extremely compact three-dimensional design and LED technology – a further reference to the 918 Spyder. On all models, the rear diffuser is flanked on both sides by twin tailpipes – round on the Macan S and Macan S Diesel and square on the Turbo. All models are available with sport tailpipes made from chrome-plated stainless steel as an option.

About the Macan

Sime Darby Auto Performance introduces the new Porsche Macan in Malaysia

The all new Macan, is a full articulation of Porsche’s commitment to challenge the limits of what a sports car can be. It features a powerful and extremely efficient in-line four cylinder petrol engine with turbocharging, 2.0 litres displacement which delivers 237 hp (174 kW). Fuel consumption is enhanced by its design: as measured in the NEDC, the fuel consumption of Macan is 7.2 litres per 100 kilometres, making it among the most efficient compact SUV in its class. Yet the Macan delivers driving performance – accelerating from zero to 100 km/h in 6.9 seconds, with top speed of 223 km/h.

About the Macan S

The Macan S is equipped with a 3.0-litre V6 biturbo engine delivering 340 bhp (250 kW) and also features an active all-wheel drive with an electronically controlled, map-controlled multi-plate clutch. This all-wheel drive is fitted on all Macan models. A seven-speed double-clutch transmission transfers power as required and almost without any interruption in tractive force, enabling the vehicle to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.4 seconds (or 5.2 seconds with the optional Sport Chrono package fitted). The vehicle reaches a top speed of 254 km/h, and its NEDC* fuel consumption figures are between 9.0 and 8.7 litres/100 km, which corresponds to a CO2 emissions level of between 212 and 204 g/km.

About the Macan S Diesel

The Macan S Diesel is the economical long-distance runner of the three Macan models. Its 3.0-litre V6 turbo diesel engine achieves NEDC* fuel consumption figures of between just 6.3 and 6.1 litres/100 km, which corresponds to a CO2 value of between 164 and 159 g/km. Nevertheless, the Macan S Diesel accelerates from 0 to 100 km in just 6.3 seconds (or 6.1 seconds with the Sport Chrono package fitted) thanks to its 258-bhp (190-kW) engine, and achieves a top speed of 230 km/h.

About the Macan Turbo

Sime Darby Auto Performance introduces the new Porsche Macan in Malaysia

As the top model in the Macan model line, the Macan Turbo is set to be the most powerful vehicle in the compact SUV segment. The 3.6-litre V6 biturbo engine, which is being used in a Porsche model for the very first time, achieves an unrivaled 400 bhp (294 kW) and catapults the vehicle from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds. With the Sport Chrono package fitted, it is even possible to achieve such a speed in 4.6 seconds. Although the top speed is 266 km/h, the Macan Turbo delivers NEDC* fuel consumption figures of between just 9.2 and 8.9 litres/100 km, which equates to a CO2 value of between 216 and 208 g/km.

For the first time in a new Porsche model range, all variants of the Macan feature the high- performance seven-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) as standard. The advantages of this transmission design include excellent start-up performance, extremely fast gear changes without any interruption in tractive force, short reaction times, low fuel consumption and outstanding shift comfort.

The PDK’s intelligent management system allows it to adapt to the required driving profile. As in virtually all Porsche vehicles that feature the PDK, there are two shift gates: On the right, the required switching level is engaged via the typical Porsche gear selector, while the left-hand gate can be engaged manually, or with the standard shift paddles on the steering wheel.
Start/stop functionality and coasting for increased efficiency. 

Active all-wheel drive is part of the Porsche Traction Management (PTM) system and comes as standard for all Macan models. Together with the other elements of the system – the electronically controlled, map-controlled multi-plate clutch, the Automatic Brake Differential (ABD) and Anti-Slip Regulation (ASR) – the all-wheel drive looks after traction and safety.

The all-wheel drive system is one of the systems with the fastest response times on the market and its design underpins the sportscar characteristics of the Macan. The rear axle is always driven, the front axle receives its drive torque from the rear axle, and the torque is dependent on the locking ratio of the electronically controlled multi-plate clutch.

With the optional Sport Chrono package fitted, performance can be enhanced even further at the touch of a button. The package enables the chassis, engine and transmission to be tuned to an even sportier level, accompanied by a sound that is even more emotive.

The Sport Chrono package is characterised by the analogue and digital stopwatch on the dashboard, as well as the additional Sport Plus button in the centre console.

Another element of the package is the performance display on the optional Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system, which provides information on the total driving time, distance travelled around the current lap or the time taken for each lap, for instance. 

“Sport Plus” offers an even sportier tuning of the engine features and chassis, and switches the gear shifting strategy to racetrack mode. The PDK is now configured for very short response times, optimum shift points and torque magnification during gear changes for maximum acceleration, ensuring the vehicle delivers an even sportier response. 

Also included as a component of the Sport Chrono package is Launch Control, which enables a level of acceleration similar to that required when moving off in a race. The time advantage gained in a standard sprint from zero to 100 km/h is 0.2 seconds for Macan S, Macan S Diesel and Macan Turbo models. “Launch Control” enables improved lap times and a better spread between comfort and sportiness when it comes to the vehicle handling to achieve a boost in driving pleasure.

The base price of the new Macan models starts from:-
Macan From RM 420,000*
Macan S From RM 560,000*
Macan S Diesel From RM 545,000*
Macan Turbo From RM 785,000*

* All Macan model is equipped with 4-year factory warranty and a 4-year complimentary service, parts and maintenance package. The price stated includes all applicable duties and excludes registration fee, road tax and insurance. Specifications and prices are subject to change without prior notice. Terms and conditions apply.

Lexus Malaysia Introduce the Lexus RC 350 Luxury and RC F

Lexus Malaysia introduce the Lexus RC 350 Luxury and RC F with order taking starts from Sept 5, 2014 onwards. The Lexus RC stands out for the visual aggression to the stylish model. It features its own version of the Lexus signature spindle grille which dominates bold expression and uncompromising performance.

Lexus RC F

Lexus RC

Below is the summary of the On-The Road price (OTR) for the Lexus RC 350 Luxury and RC F.

Lexus Malaysia Introduce the Lexus RC 350 Luxury and RC F

Table below is the summary of colours that are available for Lexus RC 350 Luxury and RC F.

 Lexus Malaysia Introduce the Lexus RC 350 Luxury and RC F

More information on the Lexus RC 350 Luxury and RC F, customers may visit any Lexus center in Mutiara Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, Sungai Besi, Penang, Johor Bharu, Kuching and the latest outlet in Ipoh or contact Lexus Malaysia’s free phone line 1-800-88-LEXUS (53987) for further information or assistance. 

Lamborghini Huracán Launched in Malaysia

Lamborghini – an iconic automotive machine that every man would ever dream of having one in their garage.  JH Italia Sdn. Bhd. as the sole authorized dealer in Malaysia, has official launched the Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 in Malaysia. Lamborghini Huracán was preview to a number of occasion earlier this year and the world debut  was at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show back in March.

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Mr.Sebastian Henry ( Head of Operation, S.E.A Pacific for Automobili Lamborghini) and Mr. Marcus Chye ( Chief Operating Officer for Lamborghini Kuala Lumpur) unveiled the Lamborghini Huracan  that would set a new benchmark in the luxury sports car industry. Lamborghini Huracán as the successor of the Lamborghini Gallardo which produced for 14,022 units in the past 10 years. The name “Huracán” is of course from a legendary fighting bull. Huracán was a Spanish Conte de la Patilla breed, Huracán fought in Alicante, Spain in August 1879.

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 The design of the Lamborghini Huracán is from the revolution of the iconic Lamborghini Gallardo, and with more precise technology crafted it with sharp edges. The body profile line is define by one line that merges the front with the cockpit and the rear of the car. The lateral window come together to create a hexagonal form.The unmistakably Lamborghini Huracan front full LED illumination head lights comes alive when the sun goes down. Even on day time the state-of-art LED technology brings out more of the  Huracán character – ready to charge on the road.

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