GM has announced that it will no longer sell gasoline- or diesel-powered vehicles as of 2035. The plan is ambitious, but between now and then sit 14 years, and things can change dramatically in that amount of time.
Nokian has just introduced its new Hakkapeliitta 10 tire for next winter. The range initially includes about ten variants, including one designed for electric cars.
Toyota once again became the world’s top-selling automaker in 2020, claiming the title at the expense of Volkswagen, title-holder since 2016.
Tesla is making several changes to its Model S. For one, the interior gets an even more futuristic interior and for two, a variant offering 837 km of range is on the way. Perhaps we can thank new rivals like Porsche’s Taycan and the Ford Mustang Mach-E for the renewed fine-tuning over at Tesla…
The European version of the 2022 Hyundai Tucson N Line 2022 has just been presented for consumers on the Old Continent. It gives North Americans a chance to get a good first look at the model ahead of its debut here later this year.
Nissan has declared its intention to have an all-electric vehicle lineup in most major markets by the early 2030s. This schedule echoes those being advanced across the industry and is part of the Japanese automaker’s goal of attaining carbon neutrality by 2050.
BMW has announced a CS version of its M5 for 2022. This limited-run new variant will deliver enhanced performance capabilities, notably thanks to an output from its powertrain of 627 hp, but also because the overall weight is being reduced by 230 lb.
Joe Biden announced a plan to transform the U.S. government vehicle fleet to electric power. Details are to come, but the project is major.
Mitsubishi has shared a few camo images of its next-gen Outlander and announced the reveal of the SUV will take place February 16. This next edition is highly anticipated because it will be the first big overhaul in many moons of the model, which will borrow some of the new Nissan Rogue’s components.
The average transaction price for a new vehicle exceeded $40,000 in December in Canada. This represents a sharp increase of 13 percent over the same period last year.