Jeep shared two more images of its Grand Wagoneer concept, to make our mouths water. The latter will finally be unveiled on Thursday, September 3rd.
FCA Canada has announced the Hellcat version of its Durango SUV for 2021. The price is definitely a hefty $116,240. However, due to the uniqueness of the model and its unique distribution, raw power enthusiasts won’t hesitate for a moment.
The Volkswagen ID.4 will be officially presented on September 23rd, and starting from that moment buyers will be able to place an order for theirs. For the privilege of reserving a copy of the future all-electric SUV, they’ll have to fork over $100.
Kia is bringing under-the-hood changes for its 2021 Stinger, namely with the introduction of a new 2.5L 4-cylinder engine. It’s unsure if it will be offered here, given that Kia Canada already no longer offers the 2.0L 4-cylinder engine that’s still in the U.S. lineup.
The Bollinger company, which previously announced the B1 and B2 models, says it’s also working on an all-electric delivery van. The Deliver-E is planned for a 2022 launch, but we take that with a grain of salt given that the company has yet to launch its first two models.
Kia has shared more details about its Sorento Plug-in Hybrid. While the spec sheet is interesting at first glance, we don’t know yet if the model will be offered on the North American market.
The new trailer for the next movie in the Batman series, starring Robert Pattinson, has given us a preview of the next Batmobile. At first glance, Batman is now driving a more realistic-looking car than previously, and has some retro elements in its design.
Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles is recalling close to 132,000 vehicles equipped with diesel engines around the world, including 22,079 in Canada. The company wants to address an issue that could cause certain diesel engines to stall.
Authorities in Germany are investigating Porsche over possible emissions reporting irregularities involving its gasoline engines. The company is suspected of having falsified data on engines produced prior to 2017.
Chevrolet has teased a first image showing the SUV version of its Bolt, the Bolt EUV. The model is scheduled to go into production only next summer, so patience is in order.