We had to wait for it but Toyota Canada has finally shared pricing for the first new Toyota Supra to hit Canadian dealerships in over 20 years. The 2020 GR Supra will come with a starting price just under $65,000.
The PSA Group has confirmed via big boss Carlos Tavares that its return to the North American market will be spearheaded by the Peugeot brand. Patience is in order, however: it won’t happen before 2026.
Nissan will give us another peek at its vision of the “intelligent mobility” future with the IMq electric concept at the Geneva Motor Show on March 5. Other than a first image released this week, however, no details are forthcoming from the automaker yet – stay tuned for the official reveal.
Jaguar has shared a few details and images of the new 2020 Jaguar XE in unusual style, by calling on the talents of an artist specialized in hyper-realism. The refreshed XE is due to arrive at dealerships this summer.
Volkswagen has unveiled the R version of its T-Roc SUV ahead of the concept’s Geneva debut. For the moment, the plan is to offer the performance variant only in Europe.
Honda’s decision to close its only plant in Europe and another one in Turkey could benefit North American workers. The company has in fact announced that it would build its Civic for the North American market at its North American plants, including one in Ontario.
Production of the Chevrolet Volt officially ceased this past February 15 at the Detroit-Hamtrach plant. The Impala and Cadillac’s CT6, which were to suffer the same fate this coming June, will continue to be produced until January 2020.