Auto123 presents its annual awards for 2021 model-year across 21 categories, some of them original. In some cases, the battles were very close, which shows how the industry is full of quality products.
Genesis presented a spectacular design study yesterday. There’s no word yet on whether the X Concept all-electric coupe prototype will see the light of day, but if its lines are an indication of where Genesis is headed design-wise, we say go go go.
Subaru today introduced the new, more robust variant of its Outback model. The 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness is clearly aimed at Subaru enthusiasts who are looking to push the adventure a little further. We should see the model appear in dealerships this spring.
The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada today announced the winners of its 2021 Canadian Car and Canadian Utility Vehicle of the Year awards. Congratulations to the Mazda3 and the Genesis GV80.
The LF-Z Electrified concept is Lexus’ way of foreshadowing the future design it wants to take with its future all-electric models. The company will introduce a dozen electrified models by 2025.
Mercedes-Benz has just given a glimpse of the dashboard of its upcoming EQS sedan. The all-electric model will be unveiled in full on April 15.
Audi is recalling 153,152 of its A3, S3 and RS3 models due to a problem with the front passenger side airbag. The automaker previously recalled A3s for the same problem, but it is still looking into the actual cause of the issue. Just over 18,000 vehicles are affected in Canada.
Auto123 went to see the 2022 Genesis GV70 SUV and 2022 G70 sedan to inspect them front and back and push a bunch of buttons. Genesis continues to work on the expansion of its fledgling lineup, and the GV70 in particular should introduce the brand to a whole new audience.
In Italy, every means is being taken to cut expenses at Fiat, and apparently this includes reducing the number of toilets available for employees. This bit of news has caused a, ahem, stink, but it shows how even small gestures take on importance when austerity rules.
On March 30, Subaru will unveil the Wilderness version of its Outback model. The Wilderness series, which adds off-road capabilities, may eventually adorn other models in the automaker’s lineup.