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  1. Price changes came into effect on July 28, however, booking for all cars has been put on hold by the company
  2. Ioniq 6 is one of more than 31 electric models that Hyundai Motor Group plans to introduce through 2030
  3. Imports of motor spirit where customs duty at a rate of 10% is paid shall be exempted from regulatory duty
  4. Iveco group says it has signed preliminary deal with Hyundai to explore collaboration on shared vehicle technology
  5. Lucky Motor say their production facility for Samsung will be completed by the end of this year
  6. Registered owners of commercial and private vehicles in Sindh can now pay the motor vehicle tax online
  7. Online motor vehicle tax payment can be made by registered owners of vehicles in Sindh 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  8. Ali Habib had served as a director for Thal Limited, Shabbir Tiles & Ceramics Limited, Habib Metropolitan Bank Limited, Metro Habib Cash and Carry Pakistan (Pvt.) Limited
  9. You're never too cool to eat "bhutta" during the monsoon and there will come a time when you'll see it being roasted on the roadside, to which you'll instinctively roll your car window down and garishly yell at the vendor to have a freshly masala-d one sent to you. Should we put a spoke in your wheel though? Did you know that if you were driving the GAC Enverge, you'll probably be forced to skip the "bhutta" unless you decided to get out of the car and get it yourself-- it looks like you can't roll down the car windows in the Chinese automaker's ridiculous concept! How will you ever ash your cigarette outside the car, waiting for an epiphany wave to wash over you while listening to "Bittersweet Symphony". Welcome to the future, it looks bleak: boo fricken' hoo, no window roll downs for you! © AP It appears that the car windows have VR screens in-built for infotainment. Does that mean you'll probably not even see the "butta"? If you have the screens on? Probably. Bummer. Mind you, the car is a beauty queen with a shiny disposition and a body so rounded that Beyonce would suffer a bruised ego! The head and tail lamps are what could give the city lights at Madison Square, a run for their money. That's what will attract you to it, in the first place. Is giving up bhutta a small price to pay for this piece of art? Probably not. © AP Car windows aside, the car in itself may be a little "meh", even if in its concept stages. It's a crossover in a time of clear classifications-- either a sedan or an SUV for you, not many appreciate the middle. We love the dihedral doors and the snazzy air intakes but that's not enough to make it user compatible! © AP Now, look at the dash, for instance-- minimal, in a world where there is an information overload, and the acid green glow on it is definitely not its most charming feature. The dodgy looking rectangular steering is not enough to redeem the poorly done interiors, either. What about the powertrain? It's a current-arian, alright, an all-electric vehicle capable of doing nearly 600km on a full charge. But, the Chinese automakers threw in some fancy engineering by giving it a fast charge range of up to 385km in merely 10 minutes. That is something you could give up the "bhutta" for, if green energy is what you swear by. © AP Could you challenge someone to a quick straight line in the vehicle? Can't say, but we'll know in the latter half of 2019 because that's when the brand claims it will make its first deliveries. Ok GAC, we'll put the "bhutta" dilemma aside and wait for the Enverge production variant to make it worth the sacrifice (if we sacrifice it, that is) Just check out the reveal:
  10. KARACHI: The Pakistan Motor Rally, organised by the Pakistan Army to commemorate 70th year of the country's independence, reached Ormara from Karachi on Sunday. The rally, including 103 vehicles and 82 motorbikes drawn from different motor clubs across the country, started on October 21 and will culminate upon reaching Gwadar on October 31. Originating from Khunjrab and passing through Gilgit and other areas, it reached Islamabad on Monday evening. Therefrom the motorists drove to North Waziristan, then Quetta passing via Zhob. The rally left for Gwadar from Karachi this morning, which reached Ormara in the afternoon. Civil and military officials warmly welcomed the participants upon reaching there. Upon arrival, traditional Balochi dance was performed on the drum beat. The participants of the rally will now be heading forth to Gwadar with a message of peace, solidarity and prosperity.
  11. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/8369ff922478c86207298dc9321e59dc.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTAvMjYvMjAxNyA1OjQ3OjExIFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9c2NxUEFZNURHWG5DYXlCT3p0YkRUdz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] RAWALPINDI: The second of phase of Pakistan Motor Rally, organised by the Pakistan Army to commemorate 70th year of the country's independence, concluded in South Waziristan on Thursday, with The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governor and army chief participating in it. The rally, which includes more than 300 jeeps, 500 bikers and 150 vintage cars drawn from 23 motor clubs across the country, started on October 21 and will culminate upon reaching Gwadar on October 31. An SUV speeds up during the car race held in Gomal Zam, South Waziristan on October 26, 2017. ? Geo News screengrabAnother SUV speeds past during the car race held in Gomal Zam, South Waziristan on October 26, 2017. ? Geo News screengrab It reached Gomal Zam in South Waziristan from Islamabad on Wednesday. The locals in the area accorded a warm welcome to participants of the rally upon reaching the area, according to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Paratroopers demonstrating their skills in Gomal Zam on October 26, 2017. ? Geo News screengrab A car and motorcycle race was also held among the participants in Gomal Zam on Thursday, the ISPR said in a statement. Speaking on the occasion, General Qamar Javed Bajwa said organising the car rally in terrorism-affected areas is a clear evidence of their claims for peace. Motorcyclists during the race in Gomal Zam on October 26, 2017. ? Geo News screengrab "With the efforts and sacrifices of Pakistan Army, these areas have returned to normal," he said. The COAS praised the morale of the participants, the statement read. General Bajwa handing cash prize to a participant of the race. Geo News screengrab General Bajwa and Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra also distributed prizes among participants for best performances.
  12. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Motor Rally, organised by the Pakistan Army to commemorate 70th year of the country's independence, Monday reached Islamabad from Pakistan-China border at Khunjrab. The rally, which includes more than 300 jeeps, 500 bikers and 150 vintage cars drawn from 23 motor clubs across the country, started on October 21 and will culminate upon reaching Gwadar on October 31. Participants drive motorbikes during the Pakistan Motor Rally to commemorate the 70th year of independence. ? Geo NewsA Participant drives a vintage car as the Pakistan Motor Rally enters Islamabad on Monday. ? ONLINE Originating from Khunjrab and passing through Gilgit and other areas, it reached Islamabad on Monday evening. A concert was also organised on the occasion, at which renowned singers enthralled the audience with their performance. Renowned Sufi Opera Singer Saira Peter enthralls the audience with her performance. ? ONLINERenowned singer Shafqat Amanat Ali performs after the Pakistan Motor Rally reaches Islamabad. ? ONLINE The routes and areas chosen for the rally are relatively less visible, developed with extraordinary efforts and serve as seeds of prosperity for Pakistan. The rally, covering over 3000 kilometers, is scoped to cover the entire promote length and breadth of the country to promote adventure sports. It will also showcase tourism potential, cultural heritage and sports talent of the country. The rally includes more than 300 jeeps, 500 bikers and 150 vintage cars from 23 motor clubs across the country. ? Geo News Besides, network piecemeal and scant clubs dealing with the motor sports will also be promoted and vintage preservation in Pakistan will be encouraged.
  13. Exceptionally gifted people often do not lead normal lives. What is it about them that sets them apart? Their genius, their skill is often not an isolated gift in their lives. It is often accompanied by a hunger to succeed and a peculiar personality. Nikola Tesla, one of the most famous and successful inventors of the 19th century, was one such man. Popularly nicknamed the 'mad scientist', Tesla was responsible for a lot of modern inventions, particularly the alternating current system. 'Mad Scientist' Who Barely Slept © Wikimedia Commons Born in what is now Croatia, Nikola Tesla was as geeky as they came. The famous inventor had a dedicated routine that often left him with as little as 2 hours to sleep every day. He worked from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and would resume his work after dinner, often ending up awake all night. So rigid was his routine that even his dinner had to be served at exactly 8:10 p.m. and by the same person at the Delmonico's in New York where he often went to dine. It was this headstrong obsession with his work that led him to create a plethora of designs and inventions, besides the alternating current system. His path-breaking work in electric motors, x-ray, wireless lighting, radio and the famous Tesla coil was an immense contribution to modern technology. A Morbid Fear Of Germs And OCD Tendencies © Wikimedia Commons Tesla had his quirks. There is no great person in this world without eccentricities. The famous scientist had obsessive-compulsive tendencies and was obsessed with the number 3. He had a mortifying fear of germs and carried a stack of 18 napkins with him. A terrible bout of cholera in childhood was plausibly the cause of this extreme fear of germs. Not just that, Tesla had an irrational fear of pearls. Yes, pearls. He would refuse to talk to any woman wearing pearls; he is said to have sent his secretary back home when one day she turned up wearing pearls. The Suave And Good-Looking Genius Who Mostly Kept To Himself © Wikimedia Commons Standing at 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 64 kilos, Nikola Tesla was a lean stylish man. It is believed he walked over 15 km every day and was quite particular about his clothes and grooming, something he considered important from a business point of view. He believed that to be successful, you had to look the part too. When Ideas Came To Him As Strange Visions © Wikimedia Commons We often find ourselves wondering how a genius's mind works. World-famous scientists, inventors, writers, artists – how do ideas come to them, how do they think of all that? In what comes across as a rather uncanny occurrence, Tesla often saw visions accompanied by flashes of light since childhood. Of course, he was quick to dismiss their uncanny nature, being the scientist that he was. But he saw ideas in these visions and could soon visualize entire inventions in his head before he even put pen to paper. It was really all in the head. (L to R)Tesla and Edison © Wikimedia Commons Nothing came easy though. During his stint at the Edison Machine Works, a joint venture by Thomas Edison and Charles Batchelor, he worked hard to improve Edison's lighting tech and come up with better street lighting systems, something Edison's direct current technology was unable to support. Despite his exceptional work, there was a fallout and it is believed Tesla was not paid his due. He struggled to keep his head afloat after leaving the company. Tesla ran pillar to post trying to gain support and investors for his alternating current system, finally landing a patent and an investor. Edison is said to have influenced public opinion against Tesla's model of AC system, even though eventually, Tesla was able to patent his invention and find a market for it too. In his lifetime, Tesla secured around 300 patents for his various inventions. His extensive work laid the foundation of many technological advancements that were to come and change the face of the modern world.
  14. Exceptionally gifted people often do not lead normal lives. What is it about them that sets them apart? Their genius, their skill, is not the only thing that makes them different. It is often accompanied by a hunger to succeed and an eccentric personality. Nikola Tesla, one of the most famous and successful inventors of the last century, was one such man. Popularly nicknamed the 'mad scientist', Tesla was the brain behind a lot of technological inventions, the alternating current system being the most popular among them. 'Mad Scientist' Who Barely Slept © Wikimedia Commons Born in what is now Croatia, Nikola Tesla was as geeky as they came. The famous inventor had a dedicated routine that often left him with as little as 2 hours to sleep every day. He worked from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and would resume his work after dinner, often ending up awake all night. So rigid was his routine that even his dinner had to be served at exactly 8:10 p.m. and by the same person at the Delmonico's in New York where he often went to dine. It was this headstrong obsession with his work that led him to create a plethora of designs and inventions, besides the alternating current system. His path-breaking work in electric motors, x-ray, wireless lighting, radio and the famous Tesla coil was an immense contribution to modern technology. A Morbid Fear Of Germs And OCD Tendencies © Wikimedia Commons Tesla had his quirks. There is no great person in this world without eccentricities. The famous scientist had obsessive-compulsive tendencies and was obsessed with the number 3. He had a fear of germs and carried a stack of 18 napkins with him. A terrible bout of cholera in childhood was plausibly the cause of this phobia. Not just that, Tesla had an irrational fear of pearls. Yes, pearls. He would refuse to talk to any woman wearing pearls; he is said to have sent his secretary back home when one day she turned up at his work place wearing pearls. The Suave And Good-Looking Genius Who Mostly Kept To Himself © Wikimedia Commons Standing at 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 64 kilos, Nikola Tesla was a lean and stylish man. It is believed he walked over 15 km every day and was quite particular about his clothes and grooming, something he considered important from a business point of view. He believed that in order to be successful, you had to look the part too. His impeccable dressing sense and gentle mannerisms made him popular amongst those who knew him, but he preferred to stay away from company mostly. Tesla never married; his work remained his single most obsession all his life. When Ideas Came To Him As Strange Visions © Wikimedia Commons We often find ourselves wondering how a genius's mind works. World-famous scientists, inventors, writers, artists – how do ideas come to them, how do they think of all that? In what comes across as a rather uncanny occurrence, Tesla often saw visions accompanied by flashes of light since childhood. Of course, he was quick to dismiss their uncanny nature, being the scientist that he was. But he saw ideas in these visions and could soon visualize entire inventions in his head before he even put pen to paper. It was really all in the head. (L to R)Tesla and Edison © Wikimedia Commons Nothing came easy though. During his stint at the Edison Machine Works, a joint venture by Thomas Edison and Charles Batchelor, he worked hard to improve Edison's lighting tech and come up with better street lighting systems, something Edison's direct current technology was unable to support. Despite his exceptional work, there was a fallout and it is believed Tesla was not paid his due. He struggled to keep his head afloat after leaving the company. Tesla ran pillar to post trying to gain support and investors for his alternating current system, finally landing a patent and an investor. Edison is said to have influenced public opinion against Tesla's model of AC system, even though eventually, Tesla was able to patent his invention and find a market for it too. In his lifetime, Tesla secured around 300 patents for his various inventions. His extensive work laid the foundation of many technological advancements that were to come and change the face of the modern world.
  15. A screengrab of a promotional video shared by ISPR The Pakistan Army has organised a cross-country motor rally from October 21 to commemorate the country's 70th year of independence. According to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the army's media wing, the "Pakistan Motor Rally? will be held from October 21-31. The rally will involve more than 300 jeeps, 500 bikers and 150 vintage vehicles drawn from 23 motor clubs from across the country. Originating from Khunjrab, at the country's northern-most point, passing through Gilgit, Islamabad, South Waziristan, Quetta and Karachi, the rally will culminate at Gwadar after covering more than 3,000 kilometres. "The routes and areas selected for the rally are relatively less visible, developed with extraordinary efforts and serve as seeds of prosperity for Pakistan," the ISPR statement reads. The rally aims to promote adventure sports, showcase the tourism potential, cultural heritage and sports talent of Pakistan, network piecemeal and scant clubs dealing with the motorsports and encourage vintage preservation in Pakistan, according to the army.
  16. If you don't get hyper looking at this hyper car, you might want to see a endocrinologist because the all new AMG Project ONE should get your adrenalin pumping, probably have it sprouting holes you didn't know you had in your body. Mercedes AMG finally unveiled the much anticipated F1 inspired hybrid car for the roads at the IAA, Frankfurt Motor Show, and we can't take our eyes off of it! © Instagram/Mercedes No, you look at that perfect mix of a edgy and round exterior, also look at the tasteful sure carbon composite interior with what looks like leather and alcantara upholstering. A clean swept dash with an infotainment system that is composed of two screens in a futuristic UI-- the damn teaser shots and videos did no justice to the beauty that is this beast. The rectangular steering wheel with button-operated car controls complete the Formula One experience. © Instagram/Mercedes Its seamless front will give you 50 times the thrill you experienced watching your girlfriend tease to take her seamless bodycon dress off. The rather menacing looking angular headlamps compliment the dumble-esque grille. Even the AMG insignia on the grille looks like it means business and this is a car you don't mess around with. © Instagram/Mercedes Whether the rear of the Project ONE could hinder hind visibility was under speculation for days befor the launch, especially because of the shark fin that runs along its rear centre and ends in a rounded T-Wing. The T-Wing and shark fin are supposed to improve the aerodynamics of the vehicle, even though, according to a report, they have been banned by Formula One for 2018, due to safety concerns. From an aesthetic point of view, the Project ONE T-Wing and fin are on point, whether they'll be able to stand the test of sustained high speed driving, will become known in the near future. As for the question on rear visibility, the automaker fit in a split window in the back, one panel on either side of the fin. © Instagram/Mercedes The vehicle boasts of an acceleration of 0-100mph in under six seconds, a feat that could make a lot of speed record breakers sweat. 1000hp churned out by a 1.6 litre V6 engine that has its own electric motor to reduce turbocharge drag and one on the crankshaft, and four more motors that assist in torque vectoring, is enough to get a lot of speed junkies curious on how far the limits can be pushed on this $2.3 million baby.
  17. Cars made by Hyundai Motor Co are parked in the compound of the South Korean automaker's plant in Beijing, China August 30, 2017. Picture taken August 30, 2017. Photo: Reuters File SEOUL: Hyundai Motor has replaced the head of its Chinese operation, media reports said on Saturday, as it struggles to regain a foothold in the world?s biggest auto market amid a diplomatic spat between the Asian trading partners. Tao Hung Than has been named the new head of Hyundai?s China division replacing Chang Won-shin and will take up the post on Monday, Yonhap news agency and other local media outlets reported, citing the company. Hyundai Motor officials reached by telephone could not immediately confirm the reports. Tao, who is of Chinese descent, has been instrumental in Hyundai?s entry to the Chinese market, Yonhap said. Hyundai recently suffered a suspension of production in China stemming from a supply disruption, adding to investor concerns about the carmaker?s progress in China. It posted its smallest quarterly profit in five years for the quarter ending in June. South Korean firms are weathering a Chinese backlash over the country?s decision to deploy the THAAD U.S. missile defense system to counter threats from nuclear-armed North Korea. China says the system poses a threat to its national security.
  18. Hyundai Motor on Tuesday unveiled its first subcompact sport utility vehicle (SUV) for advanced markets including the United States, Europe and South Korea, betting on the model to offset sliding sales in China. The South Korean automaker also said it would launch an electric version of the Kona small SUV next year and a new large SUV by 2020 in a bid to catch up with rivals in the booming SUV segment. Hyundai looks like missing its annual sales target for a third consecutive year due to the unpopularity of its mainstay small sedans and political tensions between Beijing and Seoul which have battered sales in China, its biggest market. The automaker previously sold subcompact SUVs only in emerging markets, missing out on strong growth in the segment in South Korea, the United States, and Europe. The subcompact SUV segment is the top-performing segment, growing an annual average of 46 percent from 2010 to 2016, Hyundai said, citing IHS Automotive data. In South Korea, the Kona, which is positioned below Hyundai's Tucson compact SUV, features a 1.6-litre gasoline or diesel engine and competes with Ssangyong Motor's Tivoli, Renault's QM3 and GM's Trax. Hyundai is targeting annual production of 135,000 Kona models in South Korea next year, after shifting some output of lower-margin Accent cars to Kia Motors' factory in Mexico, a source told Reuters. Hyundai and its affiliate Kia in January said they aimed to increase global sales by 5 percent this year, but their combined sales fell 7 percent from January to May this year, hit by slowing sales in China and the United States. In China, negative sentiment stemming from Seoul's decision to deploy a U.S. anti-missile system exacerbated its sales fall in the country, where it is already suffering from a lack of SUV line-ups and poor brand perception. In the United States, the automaker was one of the poorest performers through May, with sales down 4.8 percent in a market that fell 2.1 percent. The U.S. safety regulator has launched a probe into whether Hyundai and Kia recalled 1.7 million vehicles in a timely manner. In South Korea, its sales were nearly flat this year. Kia will join Hyundai in launching its subcompact SUV, Stonic, starting next month. The South Korean duo also plans to roll out full electric versions of the Kona next year, another person familiar with the plan previously told Reuters.
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