C.M. FOK Here’s something for your consideration, from a faithful reader of Torque. With the impending move towards “Car-lite Singapore”, how would Torque remain relevant and sustain its circulation?
As transport evolves, there probably won’t be a simple answer, but it is not too early to give it a thought. In my humble opinion, Torque could become a publication embracing all modes of transportation besides cars.
For instance, there’s an upward trend in people’s enthusiasm for cycling, with a quantum leap in bicycle shops selling bikes that cost a five-figure sum. Also, it’ll be interesting to know more about the many types of buses plying our roads – makes, models and the mechanics of things, such as hydraulic suspensions that raise/lower the bus as it moves off or stops.
Torque can be a publication that is connected to the realities of different transport modes in this Red Dot and slightly beyond.