Fiat-Chrysler has announced it is cutting a shift at its Canadian plant in Windsor, Ontario. Some 1,500 jobs are being lost due to the measure.
Hyundai has unveiled the turbo-engine version of its 2020 Sonata sedan at the Seoul Motor Show. The model gets a 4-cylinder engine with an output of 180 hp.
Lincoln will be launching its new Corsair SUV at the New York Auto Show in April, but to pump up the interest in the MKC replacement the company has just released a teaser image.
Renault is hoping to effect a merger with Nissan and then acquire the FCA Group, according to a new report by the Financial Times. For the moment no one is confirming anything, but there is much animated discussion taking place in the boardrooms concerned.
Hyundai will be unveiling a new crossover SUV at the New York auto show next month. The 2020 Hyundai Venue will fit into the carmaker’s lineup below the Kona. Beyond that we know almost nothing for the moment.
Ford showed a new two-door version of its upcoming Bronco to brand dealerships at a private event, according to a report by Automotive News. Reaction among dealers at the unveiling of the pre-production model was said to be very positive. The Bronco is set to launch early next year.
Kia Canada has announced pricing for its new 2020 Telluride SUV. Starting price forht bease model is set at just under $45,000, and the cost ranges up to to almost $54,000. The largest SUV ever produced by the Korean automaker should be at dealerships in the coming days.
Porsche has just unveiled the coupe version of its Cayenne SUV. The new 2019 Cayenne Coupe features more aggressive and sportier styling, thanks in good part to the sloping roofline towards the rear.
Toyota and Suzuki announce a major partnership that will see each side bring their strengths to benefit the other. Toyota will help Suzuki penetrate the European market, and the smaller Japanese automaker will return the favour in India and Africa.
For the umpteenth time in the past few weeks, rumours are floating around to the effect that that the PSA Group is actively looking for an automotive partner. The most persistent of those has Peugeot’s group tying its destiny to the FCA Group. Both companies could benefit equally form such a deal.