Will the new 8-passenger electrified SUVs that Toyota has confirmed it will build in Indiana – one under its own name and one Lexus-branded – share the unibody platform of the Highlander and Sienna? We’ll see.
5,396 2021 Audi vehicles are being recalled in Canada over a faulty suspension. This means a recall that impacts more than 80 percent of the brand’s new vehicles sold here in the first quarter of the year!
The 2022 Honda Civic gets a facelift with a redesigned body, improved mechanics and more-sophisticated features and systems. It’s sure to be a hit with Canadian drivers once again.
Honda introduced a radical new third-generation HR-V in February, and showcased it at least week’s Shanghai auto show. Designed for Asia and Europe, it will be different from the model planned for North America. For now though, Honda is keeping mum about our version, and it’s making some fans wonder.
The Kona N introduced today is Hyundai’s first high-performance small SUV. It’s also the second model from the N performance division to be released in Canada.
Unveiled a few days ago in Shanghai, the Ford Evos sedan looks like a successor to the automaker’s defunct Fusion sedan. But lest we think Ford is going back on its decision to eliminate four-doors from North America, no, Ford does not plan to export this new Evos to our market.
The Government of Canada has announced it will propose amendments to federal Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations to require that all hybrid and electric vehicles produce a minimum level of noise. The requirement to have sound emitters installed would take effect as of 2023.
Honda has previewed the design signature for the interiors of its future models. Simplicity and Something, as the automaker calls it, seeks to combine the simplicity of a streamlined, airy, user-friendly approach to the interior functions with the extra intangible elements that can make consumers love a vehicle’s interior environment.
By 2040, Japanese automaker Honda will only offer battery-electric or hydrogen fuel cell-electric vehicles worldwide. Its internal combustion engine-powered vehicles will then be a thing of the past.
BMW is promising a concept car with solid-state batteries as soon as 2025, and a production version in 2030. The technology, which is also in development at other manufacturers, will increase vehicle range and reduce charging time, while remaining compact in size.