VAG Singapore as interviewed or featured in the media.

Radio Interview on Gold 90.5 FM with VAG

One of Singapore's top radio stations, Gold 90.5 FM, invited John from VAG to speak on their "Ask The Expert" segment hosted by Jamie Yeo on 07 and 08 June 2016.

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VAG S4 & S5: Ring Masters

A local Audi tuner brings two S models closer to the RS experience.

[As published on 9tro magazine, 06 February 2016]

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VAG Singapore Audi S5 - High Five

A Unique Car From a Company With Traditional Values

[As published on 9tro magazine, 26 March 2015]

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Modern Muscle

[As published in AFTMKT magazine, November 2013]

These are the modern day equivalents of the Mustang and Camaro - brawny shapes, V8 shakes, but of European descent.

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Photos from Lunch @ VAG East

Thank you for joining us for Lunch @ VAG East on 11 Jan 2015! Here are some pics from the event - look out for your family in the photos!

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Industry Experts

[As published in AFTMKT magazine, July 2014]

When it comes to cars from the Volkswagen group, only a select few have the expertise to deal with them. VAG Singapore happens to be one of the best.

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MOTUL's "Specific Line" for Volkswagen Audi... Now Available Exclusively at VAG

[As published in TORQUE magazine by our oil supplier MOTUL, July 2014]

MOTUL's "Specific Line" of engine oil has been specially formulated for Audi and Volkswagen and is now available exclusivly from VAG in in Singapore. 

MOTUL and VAG are now offering all Audi and VW owners an ultra premium engine oil from the world's leading oil manufacturer - standard with every VAG service. 

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Finding Mr Right... Searching For A Good Workshop

[As published in TODAY, 16 Nov 2013. By LEOW Ju-Len]

Singapore — Most women in the United Kingdom would like James Bond star Daniel Craig to be their mechanic, according to a survey taken earlier this year. In reality, your car is more likely to be worked on by a greasy mechanic, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be in good hands.

But whether he’s dressed in a tuxedo with a shaken martini in his hand or wears overalls, how can you tell if a mechanic is likely to know what he’s doing?

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