The organizers of the Geneva Motor Show have confirmed, via their website, that the event will go ahead in 2022. Recall that the Geneva Motor Show was the first of the car show dominoes to fall at the start of the pandemic, in March 2020.
The debut of Rivian’s R1T electric pickup truck has been delayed by a month. The model will now make its debut in July, one month before the second Rivian coming down the pike, the R1S SUV. And it still figures to be the first all-electric pickup to hit the market.
Toyota will present us a new vehicle next week, though it’s being coy about what it’ll be. The company has shared an image that tells us very little; it could be the bz4X, it could be the Corolla Cross, or it could be another model entirely. We’ll find out on June 2.
Ford made some announcements yesterday about its future in electrification. On top of the things rumoured to be in the works and those strongly hinted at by the automaker, the arrival of an electric Explorer was officially confirmed by a company executive.
The all-new, all-electric Hyundai Ioniq 5 will hit the North American market in the fall of 2021; yesterday Hyundai gave the EV, which depending on battery pack chosen will deliver a range of up to 480 km, its official presentation for our continent.
Genesis Canada has announced pricing for its brand-new SUV, the second of the genre to join its lineup. With a starting price of $49,000 all in or just about, the 2022 GV70 has a lot going for it as it enters a highly competitive segment.
After debuting its long-awaited F-150 Lightning all-electric pickup last week, Ford has now rolled out the Lightning Pro, the first all-electric F-Series truck built specifically for commercial customers.
For its first year on the market, production of the Ford F-150 Lightning will be limited to 50,000 units. That could be well short of demand: In the first 12 hours after the model was unveiled this week, the company received 20,000 reservations.
Ford is out to make a splash with the debut of the F-150 Lightning, the electric version of its popular pickup truck. Does the model represent a flash of genius on the part of the American auto giant? We’ll see.
Toyota has shared a first teaser image delivering a sneak peek at its 2022 Tundra. The pickup, which is completely redesigned for next year, is expected to make its first appearance before the end of this year.