Fast Lane: Polestar showroom opens; Aston Martin’s last and most powerful V12 Vantage

Kia’s new plug-in hybrid Sportage offers nearly 70km of electric range, making zero-emission commutes possible if it is plugged in every day.

The car has 265hp and 350Nm of torque. But like the Suzuki Vitara, it is not known when it will arrive here, if at all.

Information on Lotus’ SUV leaked

IP Australia, the Australian government’s department in charge of intellectual property, has accidentally leaked information about Lotus’ new electric sport utility vehicle, codenamed Type 132. According to news portal news.com.au, the information was published last week, showing Lotus’ first four-door to have a sleek low-slung profile.

The Straits Times understands the car will be unveiled on March 29 and available in right-hand-drive. That means it should be slated for Singapore too.

Latest Ducati just a wee bit more powerful

The Panigale V4 SP2 is Ducati’s new flagship sports bike. It promises excellent track-riding characteristics which make it less strenuous for all riders.

It boasts carbon-fibre rims, Brembo brakes, billet footpegs and a specific kit for track use. It delivers 215.5hp at 13,000rpm (1.5hp more than the Panigale V4 2021).

New BMW 218i Active Tourer starts at $220,888

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