Do you know that the BMW iX xDrive40 is Malaysia’s fastest “selling” fully electric vehicle? BMW says that they have “sold” 64 units of the new vehicle in just 5 days. And in other news, it seems like Toyota has suspended autonomous shuttle at Tokyo Olympic Games village after it crashed into an athlete. More updates on today’s episode.
BMW iX xDrive40 Malaysia
BMW Malaysia has announced that it has “sold” 64 units of the new BMW iX xDrive40 in just 5 days. This is probably the fastest-selling fully electric vehicle in Malaysia at the moment. Learn more about it here.
Toyota suspends autonomous shuttle at Tokyo Olympic Games village after it crashed into an athlete
Toyota Chief Executive Akio Toyoda apologised for an incident at the Tokyo Olympic Games village. A self-driving e-Palette transportation pod collided with a visually impaired Paralympic athlete, which resulted in Toyota suspending its autonomous shuttle service. Find out more about it here.
Malaysian designer reimagines iconic first-gen Proton Knight to fit a digital world and we love it!
Saharudin Busri, a former designer at Proton and current head of industrial design at MIMOS, has shown off his concept designs for a modern rendition of the Proton Saga Knight. Click here to find out more.
A 12-year-old kid earns more than RM1.6 million from pixelated whale art NFTs
A 12-year-old boy named Benyamin Ahmed, made around USD 400,000 (RM1.6 million) in Ethereum from his non-fungible token (NFT) collection. The collection contains 3,352 adorable pixelated images of ‘Weird Whales’ and each and one of them comes with different traits. Learn more about it here.