GM is set to present one or more electrified models and new technologies at the next CES. The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas will take place in Las Vegas from January 11th to 14th, though of course it will be an all-virtual affair this year.
The 2021 Nissan Altima, Toyota Sienna and Acura TLX are the latest models to earn the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Top Safety Pick+ designation, earning the American agency’s top safety blessing for the new year.
Mitsubishi, which previously announced the interior and exterior tweaks it is bringing to its 2021 Mirage, has now confirmed Canadian Pricing for the model coming to dealers in January. The pint-sized hatchback gets an MSRP of $13,858 for the base ES version with manual transmission.
A one-off variant of the 2021 Toyota Supra is drawing eyeballs and lots of kudos online after being unveiled (virtually) at this year’s SEMA show. Meet the Supra Sport Top featuring a Targa-style roof.
Ford is conducting two recalls prior to Christmas, impacting the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator models and the Ford E-Series van. None of the issues are considered major, but seeing the next-gen Explorer’s name show up yet again in connection with a recall has to be discouraging for the automaker.
A study reveals that 70 percent of Americans are open to buying an all-electric vehicle – at least, that’s what they say. The Consumer Reports survey also shows that not everyone is quite ready to jump in just yet.
A study conducted by the Axalta firm confirms with a yawn that for the 10th consecutive year, white is the most popular exterior colour among new-car buyers. In fact, 80 percent of vehicles sold worldwide are either white, black, grey or silver.
Automotive startup Canoo company has introduced an electric van that it plans to bring to market within two years. In total, the firm plans to develop three commercial vehicles within the next few years.
The finalists for 2021 NACTOY Awards are now known. This year, the battle among SUVs is particularly vicious and we note the increasing presence of EVs. The big winners will be announced in January 11, 2021.
According to a report by the research firm BloombergNEF, the average price of electric vehicles could be lower than gasoline vehicles as soon as 2023. The continuing increase in demand is helping push down costs, and battery costs are also expected to decrease.