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ML Classics: My Tour At SEMA 2016 Pt.1

At SEMA Show 2016? Check.

A Potato Cam? Check.


This is part 1 of my SEMA ’16 tour and I will give you a brief outlook on what’s coming up on future videos! Also a brief look at the Trion Nemesis RR hypercar! (don’t know if it’s still in the vaporware stage yet)

After figuring out the kinks and obstacles using HitFilm4 Express & Handbrake, this was my first ever edited video!

Welcome to ML Classics, here I upload some of my old videos from my old and now-defunct channel.

These videos were taken WAY before I acquired my GoPros. So let’s head towards memory lane!


More SEMA 2016 content in the future.



– SEMA Show 2016




Rant: Force-Feeding Us With EV Vehicles And The Implications Towards Everything

With all the huge PR in regards to Electric Vehicles.
You cannot see the hypocrisy and hate towards ICE (internal combustion) engines.
And also, not to mention the slave labor for extracting lithium in Africa as I type right now.
Don’t get me wrong, I welcome new technologies such as Hydrogen, Bio-Fuel/Diesel, Grease Fuel, Clean Diesel, and Porsche’s upcoming Synthetic Fuel along with current EVs and Hybrids.
But forcing people to adopt one tech over the other is just plain stupid.

Give people the options to choose on what see’s them fit, not to mandate consumers like a leashed slaves with a muzzle on their mouths!

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Rev Bites: Why The Lack Of Fun Cars And The Swift Sport PH!?

Last April, Maruti-Suzuki of India was caught testing the exciting Suzuki Swift Sport.

That got me thinking. Since Suzuki PH offers cars mostly from Maruti-Suzuki of India, why can’t they import this hot hatch in the Philippines!?

Plus I point out the lack of fun affordable sporty cars in the Philippines.

(This video was originally recorded live on Facebook last April.)

[UPDATE] Two weeks ago, Maruti confirmed that The Swift Sport will not arrive in India.


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Rev Bites: Not Releasing The New Juke Outside Europe Is A Misstep

One thing I noticed about the Philippine automotive market, let’s set aside their vanilla local car selections and focus on their love affair with Nissan Jukes.

This weird-looking crossover captures the hearts of many Filipinos as I’ve seen many of them roaming the Metro Manila streets!

Since the first-generation model has long passed on with no direct replacement in sight at the moment. I would think of offering the second-generation Nissan Juke would be a logical choice for Nissan PH to market.

By now, mainstream Philippine outlets are torn between this Juke or the other small (but blandly-designed) CUV the Nissan Kicks.

(This video was originally recorded live on Facebook last April.)