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Automania by Dr. Iain Corness

March 17, 2018 - March 23, 2018

Geneva Motor Show promotes new technologies

Jaguar I-Pace.

McLaren Senna.

VW Vizzion.

The biggest trend in autos is the race to make new technologies affordable and functional. Some of the vehicles on show - such as Volkswagen’s autonomous and battery-driven I.D. Vizzion - are concepts not yet ready for production. Others have vehicles that are ready to go on sale in coming months, such as Jaguar Land Rover with the Jaguar I-Pace, a battery-driven SUV with 300 km range and a rapid-charging capability.

Mercedes-Benz had an addition to its EQ electric brand. Hyundai showed its Kona Electric, with either a 300 kilometer or 470 kilometer range. Luxury carmakers like BMW and Jaguar are eager to grab back some of the sales of high-end vehicles taken by Tesla with its electric Model S high-performance sedan and Model X SUV.

The German automakers and Ford are working to build a network of fast-charging stations across Europe through their joint venture, Ionity. The idea is to make electric vehicles more appealing by enabling longer trips. Currently, many electric models are charged over several hours at home at night and used for short commutes, limiting their use. 350 kilowatt-per-hour charging capacity could cut charge times to 15 minutes or less. It is this battery charging infrastructure which has been the major stumbling block for the future of electric cars.

Automakers are under pressure to come up with vehicles propelled by something other than internal combustion engines (ICE) to comply with government efforts to reduce air pollution and emissions of greenhouse gases blamed by some scientists for global warming. The issue became even more pressing after a German court said last week that polluted cities can ban older-model diesels. Diesel sales had already slipped after Volkswagen’s 2015 scandal over cheating on emissions tests.

Autonomous vehicles could herald a shift to transportation as a service with less incentive to own a car. Analysts at IHS Markit estimate that autonomous cars will have their first significant sales volume with 51,000 units in 2021 and surpass 33 million per year by 2040.

Some of the more important vehicles at the Geneva show have already been revealed as companies use stand-alone events to show off their new cars rather than putting them on display in a crowd of other vehicles. That’s the case with Mercedes-Benz A-Class, its small entry model hatchback that was unveiled Feb. 2 in Amsterdam. The car features voice-activated control of navigation, phone, music and heating and air conditioning somewhat like Amazon and Google’s devices for home use.

The Geneva show is typically a place to show off gorgeous, extremely fast and very, very expensive vehicles. Luxury sports car maker McLaren offers the low-slung Senna, named after the race driver Ayrton Senna. Its 800 horsepower turbocharged V8 engine takes it to a top speed of 340 kph. Just 500 of the sleek, carbon-fiber vehicles will be built, hand-assembled at the company’s production center in Woking, Surrey, England. The price: 750,000 pounds including tax. Undoubtedly a vehicle with cutting edge technology, but completely over the top and over the ability of their 500 well-heeled drivers.

If a McLaren Senna is a little slow, here’s the car from Croatia

Rimac from Croatia turned up at Geneva with the most outrageous supercar to end all supercars. This was the Rimac C Two, to follow up on the Rimac Concept One.

Concept One will always be remembered as one of the cars Richard Hammond crashed from Top Gear. This new car is an all-electric supercar called the C Two, and it represents a technological leap forward over the still-amazing Concept One.

Thanks to a 120 wh battery pack, the Rimac C Two is capable of producing 1,914 horsepower from its four electric motors. That’s two in the front and two in the rear, and those motors are used to provide all-wheel drive and torque vectoring that can turn the car into a drift machine or a slick-pavement prowler. It also has four gearboxes; a pair of single-speed units handle the front motors, while a pair of two-speed gearboxes distribute the power of the rear motors. The two-speed setup is necessary to mitigate the massive amounts of torque being generated. Nearly 1,700 pound-feet, enough to tear up any bitumen.

All of that power is enough to propel the C Two from 0-60 mph in just 1.85 seconds, while the quarter mile takes a mere 9.1 seconds, claims Rimac. Finally, the top speed is 415 km/h.

The C Two is built on a carbon-fiber monocoque. The design features butterfly doors and the brand’s signature “tie” design along the sides that resolves into air intakes for the rear cooling system. Aerodynamic forged alloy wheels channel air to the carbon ceramic brakes and Pirelli tires specially designed for the car. The car has active aerodynamics that include flaps in the hood, moving elements of the front splitter, flaps for the flat underbody, and a rear spoiler that can raise to improve downforce, lower to allow a higher top speed, or raise and tilt to act as an airbrake.

Yes, the ultimate in certified automotive craziness. 1.85 seconds to 60 mph. That’s enough to rip your head off your shoulders. 1,700 lbs ft of torque is enough to tow the Pattaya City Hall to Beach Road!

39th Bangkok International Motor Show on again

Grand Prix International PLC has announced that the “The 39th Bangkok International Motor Show”, held with the theme of “Revolution in Motion”, will run from March 28 to April 8, 2018 at IMPACT Challenger Muang Thong Thani. This is the number one car show in Thailand and also the ASEAN countries.

The following details about this year’s show were given to Automania by Grand Prix International.

Dr. Prachin Eamlumnow, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Grand Prix International PLC and the Organizing Chairman of the 39th Bangkok International Motor Show reiterated that “Bangkok International Motor Show is the No. 1 Motor Show in ASEAN, which certified by OICA (Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles) to be listed on the global Motor Show calendar, and the show is able to capture attention from entrepreneurs in the automotive industry ranging from car and motorcycle makers to auto parts manufacturers to participate in the show.”

“More than 30 car companies jointly participate in the show this year, including the leading Japanese brands like Toyota, Lexus, Nissan, Honda, Mitsubishi, Isuzu, Mazda, Suzuki, while representing Korean brands are KIA and Hyundai. For European and American brands, this year we have Audi, BMW, Bentley, Mercedes-Benz, MINI, Jaguar, Porsche, Land Rover, Volvo, MG, Ford, Maserati, and Chevrolet.

This year, there will be 15 motorcycle brands joining the show such as Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, and Royal Enfield.

The show will be even more international this year since it is receiving collaboration from the auto parts and accessories entrepreneurs association of China to participate the show for the first time. With this kind of cooperation from countries in the region, the show is expected to grow to a new dimension in the future.

Jaturont Komolmis, Chief Operation Officer (COO) of Grand Prix International PLC and the Vice Chairman of the 39th Bangkok International Motor Show stated that “After the continuous success in the past year, the number of visitors exceeds 1.6 million and the show is likely to expand in line with the growth of Thai automotive industry. Apart from enjoying the latest innovation exhibited by many manufacturers to indicate the driving technology of today and tomorrow, many more activities await visitors to participate such as attending an automotive seminar or witnessing car show.

The show is held at Challenger Hall 1-3, IMPACT Muang Thani from March 28 to April 8, 2018, 12 days in total, and open from 12.00 to 22.00 hrs. every weekday and from 11.00 to 22.00 hrs. every weekend and public holidays.

The show will feature concept cars along with new model launchings for the first time in Thailand. The highlight of the event is about “Electric Vehicle”. What is the electric vehicle in the future? It won’t be just a personal automobile only, but will also further benefit to agriculture, transportation and Motorsports industries. From April 2 to April 8, 2018, Grand Prix International PLC also hosts another interesting car event dubbed the 10th Bangkok Used Car Show 2018 under the concept of “Quality Used Car”, held at the Exhibition Hall 2 – 4, IMPACT Muang Thong Thani. For those who are looking for a quality used car being offered at a reasonable price from a reliable dealer with “No Deception” guarantee, plus many more discounts and give away gifts, this show is just the right place for you.

On behalf of the steering organizer, we would like to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all the participants, Ministry of Tourism and Sports, the Thai Automotive Industry Association, Society of Automotive Engineer – Thailand, Thai Autoparts Manufacturers Association, Thai Intelligent Transport Systems Association, the Royal Automobile Association of Thailand Under Royal Patronage and Impact Exhibition Management Company Limited for their kind support in hosting the show.

Automated factories is the future

 Jetsada Homklin

“Smart” technology and automated vehicles can take Thailand’s automotive manufacturers to the next level, a “Thailand 4.0” industrial seminar was told.

Winai Tripaichayonsak, director of the Industrial Maintenance and Management Center at the Thai-German Institute, opened the March workshop on making a strategic plan for the automotive industry at the Ambassador City Hotel in Jomtien Beach.

The meeting, attended by Chonburi manufacturers who comprise a “cluster network” of factories and part suppliers, are working with the Thai-German Institute to develop a model schema and operational plan that would integrate the various companies to share resources and become more efficient and competitive.

The two-day seminar focused on two parts of that plan, driverless, autonomous vehicles used to transport equipment and materials inside a factory, and “smart” technology to improve production processes.

Such technology, the audience was told, can monitor equipment use, send alerts when the equipment breaks down and measure productivity.

Both initiatives, the group was told, can help to reduce the cost of management and improve productivity and efficiency.

Autotrivia Quiz

Last week I asked, what car is this? You would take it outside to pray. Clue – fugly. It was the Marcos Mantis.

So to this week…The names Lee Iacocca and Carroll Shelby and a famous race all came together with what car? No clues, there’s enough already.

For the free beer at the car Club meeting, be the first correct answer to email [email protected]  or [email protected] . Good luck!

Update Saturday, March 10, 2018 - March 16, 2018

Ferrari 488 Pista breaks cover

New Ferrari 488 Pista.

The new Ferrari Pista (track) - has a 3.9 liter twin-turbo engine with 711 bhp and is the most powerful Ferrari V8 yet.

Called the 488 Pista, it’s a racier version of the 488 GTB and develops a 711 bhp. That makes it the most potent V8 the Prancing Horse has ever produced for a road registered car.

The natural successor to the much-loved 458 Speciale, the 488 Pista is so quick that it might actually beat Ferrari’s own 1 million hypercar, the LaFerrari, in a sprint to 100 kph.

Ferrari hasn’t confirmed a price but did say it will have a top speed exceeding 340 kph, and it could be quicker than the LaFerrari hypercar to 100 kph, reaching the speed in 2.85 seconds from zero.

As the name suggests, it will be more at home on the track than highway tarmac, but it’s on the circuit where many of the additions were honed.

That includes a new exhaust system, high performance parts in the 3.9 liter twin-turbocharged V8 motor and more weaves of carbon fiber strewn across the bodywork - all features that have been tested in the cars used in the 488 Challenge race series.

The modifications have trimmed 90 kg off the standard 488 GTB tipping the scales at 1,280kg.

Porsche ditches diesel

Diesel has been getting some bad press in the last couple of years. VW was found meddling with the electronics and giving significantly low atmospheric readings. This was serious enough for many people at VW to lose their jobs, and the executive on top of the scandal is now apparently in jail.

VW owns Porsche these days, and diesel has only been an option for Porsche customers in recent years, with Porsche offering the fuel type as a variant nine years ago.

Without the arrival of high-performance SUVs to dovetail the sale of its more traditional sports cars, Porsche may never have offered diesel engines at all.

The decision to ditch diesel comes just months after the Stuttgart-based manufacturer confirmed that there would be no diesel variant of the new-for-2018 third-generation Cayenne from its launch in August - though it could still get a cleaner diesel, it said.

And fanning the flames of a complete move away from the under-fire fuel, Porsche confirmed in a statement that the Macan S Diesel had been ‘taken out of the production program too, meaning it will only sell petrol-powered 4x4s for the foreseeable future.

Let us hope the super sniffing sleuths don’t find an atmospheric contaminant with gasoline in the ICE engines and if they check in Pattaya with our diesel baht busses we’ll all be walking.

New regulations for driving licenses and renewals


News to hand is that the government is instituting new regulations for first license applicants, and for renewals as well. These new regulations refer to the medical examination which has to be done. Currently this medical is an easy tick the box for the doctor, and most people get their form of ticked boxes from their local clinic. Takes about five minutes and something under 500 baht.

This new form requires a blood test for various ailments, as well as a family and personal medical history, almost as good as a check-up. Normally I applaud all measures taken to lessen the road toll (we are the worst in the world, remember), but at this point I have to ask the question – How many road deaths are the result of a driver’s poor health? Epileptics and Narcoleptics spring to mind, and indeed we did have one fatality last year when the driver had an epileptic fit in a busy street. Read that again – one fatality caused through a medical condition.

With the road toll figures around 61 every day, finding the epileptics is not going to change the road toll figures very much.

Looking further into the road toll, approximately 80 percent of the fatalities are motorcycle riders. And the main reason the riders (and pillion) die is lack of a good crash helmet. And why did they have an accident in the first place? Driving under the influence of alcohol.

There already is legislation covering alcohol and crash helmets, so that is a good start. Unfortunately the application of the legislation is, at best, patchy. There are roadside checkpoints with breathalyzers to find those drivers with a breath alcohol great than 0.05. At that stage it all falls down. Application of some baht can make the problem go away, leaving an impaired driver to do it all again.

Helmets are easy to police. Is the driver wearing one? This results in a small fine. However, even if wearing a helmet, is it good enough to protect the brain? The plastic ones are not. Is it being worn with the strap done up?

Now here is where the government can demonstrate if it is serious about the road toll. Sales outlets for helmets should be given three months to get rid of sub-standard helmets and thereafter heavy fines for sales of the defective models. Factories and other large employers of labor to ban entrance to the company parking area if not wearing a helmet.

Within one year the road toll would be down, but it needs a government/police blitz, maintained continuously for the first 12 months. Or would we see another “crack down” and application of another baht roadside slap on the wrist with a wet tram ticket?

Natter Nosh and Noggin

The Pattaya car club meets at Jameson’s Irish Pub on Soi AR next to Nova Park. The next meeting is on Monday March 12 at Jameson’s at 7 p.m. A totally informal meeting of like-minded souls to discuss their pet motoring (and motorcycling) loves and hates (plus lies and outright exaggerations). Come along and meet the guys who have a common interest in cars and bikes, and enjoy the Jameson’s specials, washed down with a few beers. Always a fun night. The Car Club nights are only on the second Monday of the month (not every second Monday)!

Why F1 is losing spectators

All stats are showing a decrease in popularity in the television coverage of F1. This is not mirrored in other forms of motor sport, with MotoGP and Speedway going ahead.

Watch this clip from YouTube:

If that doesn’t have you on the edge of your seat, you’re dead.

What the F1 spectators have been calling for is close competition, not fancy electronics and unreliable hybrids with engine revs slower than many road cars these days. We miss the scream of 17 thousand RPM. We miss the side by side and nose to tail dicing. We are not in the slightest interested in “dirty air”. And we want large legible numbers on the cars, so we know who is where.

And in the meantime stop re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.

Autotrivia Quiz

quiz car

Last week I asked what famous car had a Ford V8 in the rear, a fiberglass body and a connection with an ancient Egyptian motif. What was it? It was the Stout Scarab a 1930–1940’s American minivan. It was designed by William Bushnell Stout and manufactured by Stout Engineering Laboratories and later by Stout Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan. The Stout Scarab is credited by some as the world’s first production minivan, or a 1946 experimental prototype.

So to this week. What car is this? You would take it outside to pray. Clue – fugly.

For the free beer at the car Club meeting, be the first correct answer to email [email protected]  or [email protected] . Good luck!

Update Saturday, March 3, 2018 - March 9, 2018

PEA launches Volta an electric car-recharging platform

The Volta recharge system.

Jetsada Homklin

If you ever had any doubts regarding the forthcoming invasion of electric cars, the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) launched its Volta platform project to encourage use of electric vehicles and get charging stations to join its network.

As part of the project, the PEA will install Volta kits and electronic card readers at electric-vehicle charging stations hooked into the utility’s Volta system, with data transmitted back to the PEA.

People using electric vehicles will be able to use mapping services and navigation systems to find charging stations in the utility’s networks. Moreover, they can check the station’s status and make reservations and check on any maintenance being done to the car or its battery.

They also can check how much time until a charge is complete with a smartphone application. Finally, users can pay for their electric top-up online.

To get the project off the ground, the PEA is offering free charging through June 30.

It has always been the case that electric vehicles would take off as long as there was some infrastructure. That is now happening, with quite a number of stations operating in Bangkok.

Range anxiety is being countered by the recharging stations which in reality operate just like gasoline stations. The only difference is you can’t walk up to the nearest recharging station and walk away with a one gallon container of volts.

Pyeongchang Olympics showcases Korean self-driving vehicles

Hyundai Nexo.

Pietro Decristofaro & Youkyung Lee

Pyeongchang, South Korea (AP) - There’s a competition at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics that has nothing to do with sports, and plenty to do with jousting between automakers and tech companies over autonomously driving vehicles.

South Korea’s largest automaker and a local telecom firm haggled for months over who would get to claim the exclusive right to label its vehicle as “autonomous.” In the end, Hyundai Motors rolled out an “autonomous” sedan while KT Corp.’s self-driving bus was christened the “5G Bus.”

The self-driving vehicles on display at the Winter Olympics are showcasing South Korea’s prowess in both automotive and telecoms technology.

They took to the roads only after a sponsorship battle over whether such vehicles should be considered a form of transportation or a new kind of internet-connected device, like smartphones.

Each Olympic corporate sponsor gets exclusive marketing rights in its own industry, so a blurring of boundaries between industries can lead to friction, said Kang Joon-ho, a sports marketing professor at Seoul National University. “It’s not clear whether we should see self-driving cars as vehicles or software, so it’s unclear which sponsorship category they belong to.”

In the end, a compromise was worked out.

Hyundai Motor Co., the local sponsor for the transport category and the world’s fifth-largest auto group, is seeking to dispel its image as a latecomer in autonomous driving. In Pyeongchang, it also is getting a jump on Japanese rivals that are preparing to deploy self-driving cars at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, with its five autonomous Hyundai Nexo fuel-cell cars. They are navigating without direct human control within a range of about 7 kilometers from the Olympic stadium in the mountainous town.

In a one-time test before the opening ceremony for the games, Hyundai had the Nexos drive 190 kilometers of highways from Seoul to Pyeongchang. The vehicles passed through toll gates and navigated junctions and tunnels without human controls or interruptions.

It was the culmination of years of preparation, and development of 3D maps by the government.

“South Korea started late but we are at a level where we can pull off autonomous driving even in complicated, difficult situations,” said Kim Jin-hoo, a deputy director at the transport ministry. “We hope the event has helped ease public fears toward self-driving cars and piqued interest since the government aims to see self-driving cars commercialized by 2020.”

Kwon Hyoung-Geun, head of Hyundai’s Intelligent Safety Research Team, said the Nexo demonstration focuses on autonomous driving on public roads with steep curves, hills, tunnels, traffic lights, intersections and roundabouts.

Hyundai is partnering with U.S.-based self-driving technology startup Aurora Innovation to develop self-driving vehicles that can operate without human input in most conditions, aiming to begin sales by 2021. Analysts expect Hyundai to launch self-driving taxis or ride-hailing services by then.

As the local sponsor for wireless networks, KT, formerly state-owned Korea Telecom, is focusing on self-driving cars becoming the new data-guzzling devices of the future.

Self-driving cars consume enormous amounts of data as sensors and chips monitor road conditions and analyze them in real time. KT, along with Intel and Samsung Electronics, has built 5G networks as a trial service in the Olympic towns to handle those mountains of data.

Since it has the telecoms, not automotive sponsorship, for appearances’ sake KT agreed not to present its two “5G connected” buses to the media as driving unmanned, even though that’s how they are operating in the seaside town of Gangneung, where Olympic ice hockey and skating matches are underway.

Leading global telecom carriers plan to roll out 5G networks in 2020. Such networks process data about 100 times faster than current fourth-generation wireless networks, a speed that enables users to download feature-length movies in a matter of a couple of seconds.

KT plans to begin 5G services - the bus is one example - across South Korea in 2019. Despite its sponsorship rivalry with Hyundai, it also is providing 5G data networks to the Nexos, whose rear seats are outfitted with 5G entertainment services.

The 5G connected buses are like giant moving smartphones, with passenger seat windows made of transparent displays instead of traditional glass that serve as screens for watching movies or displaying fictional landscapes, instead of just the view outside the bus.

While some riders might prefer just to gaze at the landscape, Kim Hyung Joon, a senior vice president at KT, says the technology will liberate drivers to relax and watch movies.

“That way, cars will become very much similar to mobile devices that are connected all the time and consume data like a smartphone,” Kim said.

((Catching a bus to town now takes on a completely new concept for transport. Despite fears in some areas, commuters sit in trains and planes which are already literally autonomous, where the passengers have no input in the speed or direction. Trains and planes also have accidents, but we don’t give up traveling.))

Lexus tops vehicle dependability study for 7th straight year

Chrysler 300.

Detroit (AP) - Lexus is the most dependable vehicle brand for the seventh consecutive year in J.D. Power’s annual survey.

Porsche, Buick, Infiniti and Kia round out the top five brands in the survey. The worst performers were Chrysler, Land Rover, Fiat, Jeep and Cadillac.

The survey measures problems that vehicle owners experience after three years of ownership. For this year’s survey, J.D. Power collected responses from 36,896 original owners of 2015 model year vehicles.

The overall dependability of vehicles increased this year for the first time since 2013, thanks to improving quality. J.D. Power says customers complain most frequently about problems with voice recognition technology and Bluetooth connectivity.

The survey also says:

- Toyota Motor Corp., which owns the Lexus and Toyota brands, had six vehicles rank at the top of their segments, the most of any company. Winners include the Toyota Prius, which was the top compact car, and the Lexus RX, which was the top midsize SUV.

- Older vehicles tend to do better in the rankings than new ones, since automakers have more time to work out kinks the longer a vehicle is on the market. The Audi Q3 small SUV was the only new-for-2015 vehicle to get a segment-level award.

- Infiniti was the biggest climber in the rankings, moving from 29th in 2017 to fourth this year. Fiat, Nissan, Ford, Kia and Dodge also showed significant improvements.

- The industry average score was 142 reported problems per 100 vehicles. Lexus had 99 reported problems while Chrysler had 211.

If you were the head honcho of Chrysler, Land Rover, Fiat, or Jeep, what would you do to vault your brand up the reliability ladder? It would appear that a complete re-think is necessary.

Bangkok International Motor Show coming up

Bangkok International Motor Show.

The internationally ratified Motor Show for Thailand will be in Bangkok March 28 through to April 08. It will be held at Muang Thong Thani and is the 39th annual show. The man with the original concept and driving force was Dr. Prachin Eamlumnow, who still heads the organizers today.

Autotrivia Quiz

Last week I asked what car was this? They only made a few of them. Top speed 372 km/h, zero to 100 in 3.2 seconds and was a car for three. What was it? Clue – the youngest one is 20 years old. It was the McLaren F1, a sports car designed and manufactured by McLaren Cars. Originally a concept conceived by Gordon Murray, he convinced Ron Dennis to back the project and engaged Peter Stevens to design the exterior and interior of the car. The driver sat in the middle and the two passengers either side and slightly behind. The speed records were set in 1998.

So to this week. Despite the Great Depression there was much original activity in the automobile field. One famous car had a Ford V8 in the rear, a fiberglass body and a connection with an ancient Egyptian motif. What was it?

For the free beer at the car Club meeting, be the first correct answer to email [email protected]  or [email protected] . Good luck!

HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]:

Geneva Motor Show promotes new technologies

If a McLaren Senna is a little slow, here’s the car from Croatia

39th Bangkok International Motor Show on again

Automated factories is the future

Autotrivia Quiz

Ferrari 488 Pista breaks cover

Porsche ditches diesel

New regulations for driving licenses and renewals

Natter Nosh and Noggin

Why F1 is losing spectators

Autotrivia Quiz

PEA launches Volta an electric car-recharging platform

Pyeongchang Olympics showcases Korean self-driving vehicles

Lexus tops vehicle dependability study for 7th straight year

Bangkok International Motor Show coming up

Autotrivia Quiz



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