Volkswagen will present another new ID electric concept at the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show. It’s expected the newest ID will be an evolution of the ID Vizzion prototype we saw last year at the Geneva auto show.
Today the FCA and PSA groups officially announced that following a series of negotiations, they will merge. The marriage of equals creates the world’s fourth-largest company in the automotive domain.
Mazda has announced details of the changes it’s bringing to its mildly refreshed 2020 Mazda CX-9. The SUV gets some subtle mechanical updates, and the product offering has been boosted overall to better position the model to attract luxury- and refinement-seeking buyers.
The FCA and PSA (Peugeot) groups are discussing a possible merger, according to a Wall Street Journal report. It’s too early to speculate, but current rumours allude to a marriage of equals.
Kia has teased some first images of its next-generation 2021 Optima, or what will in South Korea be the next K5. Immediately striking is the stylistic evolution of the model compared to the current edition.
Top Democrat senator Chuck Schumer is proposing a $454 billion plan to speed up the transition towards electric vehicles. Some of the money would be given to automakers to help them update their production facilities, and some would go to creating a proper charging network.
Volvo and Audi are the latest auto manufacturers to announce they will not be participating in next year’s auto shows in Montreal and Toronto. This follows an earlier announcement of withdrawal by Mercedes-Benz.
After much waiting and teasing, Volkswagen today launched the new eighth-generation 2020 Volkswagen Golf. Esthetically the model hews closely to its predecessor, but it features a number of significant advances on the technological front.
Subaru has presented the concept version of its second-generation Levorg model. The wagon is not sold in our market but the powertrain it now uses may find its way to North America in other models. We take a look.
The 2020 Mazda MX-30 electric crossover made its long-anticipated global debut today at the 2019 Tokyo auto show. The first all-electric mass-production vehicle from Mazda is a vitally important model for the brand, and it will be watched closely when it launches commercially early next year.