Subaru and Toyota have confirmed they will once again work in partnership to create the next versions of the former’s BRZ and the latter’s 86 models. Rumours are pointing to a more-powerful new powertrain taken from Subaru’s arsenal of weapons.
Ford has revealed just what kind of weights its new 2020 Ford Super Duty truck will be able to pull, and it’s little surprise that the towing capacity of the big pickup surpasses that of the Chevrolet Silverado HD. The arms race among the big American automakers continues in the lucrative pickup segments…
A King Ranch edition will be part of the product offering for the 2020 Ford Expedition SUV. This edition is for those who want the highest level of luxury and refinement from their gargantuan utility vehicle.
Volvo has published images of the architecture underpinning its all-electric Volvo XC40. The SUV will make its official debut on October 16, and the company is promising a level of safety greater than any of its models has ever enjoyed.
Aston Martin has announced details regarding the engine that will make its very first SUV go. Unsurprisingly, the Aston Martin DBX will run on a muscular V8 engine delivering 542 hp.
It’s been quite an eventful week for players in the automotive industry, but not for the right reasons. FCA, Daimler and Volkswagen have been subject to, respectively, an arrest, fines and new charges being laid – all related to the ongoing fuel-emissions scandal.
We now have the initial shortlist for NACTOY’s 2020 North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year awards. The finalists in each of the three categories will be announced at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.
Infiniti Canada and Amazon are teaming up to encourage qualified customers of the online retailer to test-drive a new vehicle from the automaker. Those signing up for a road test of an Infiniti will get a $50 gift card redeemable on Amazon.ca.
Volkswagen intends to presents the first ID electric product destined for the North American next February, which is when the 2020 Chicago is taking place. The ID.4 crossover will be based on the ID. CROZZ concept model.
Nissan is bringing a few changes to its pickup truck for the new year. The 2020 Nissan Titan will be revealed officially next week, at which point we’ll know all the details. Meantime here’s a teaser image…