The ongoing microchip shortage means that Cadillac will be forced to deliver 2022 Escalade models without its vaunted Super Cruise system. This is just the latest consequence of the global shortage of supply of semiconductors, which may not be resolved until 2023.
The Genesis GV60, the Korean brand’s very first all-electric model, has been given its global debut presentation. Details and specifications may differ for the model we expect to arrive here for the 2023 model-year, but we get the general picture regarding the model, its looks and its capabilities.
The 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan gets revised styling, updated technology and a new trim for the new year, and will carry a starting sticker price of $32,995 CAD when it debuts at Canadian dealerships this coming October.
Jeep has made the official introductions for the next-generation 2022 Grand Cherokee, with the new 4xe version the clear highlight of the changes presented. That variant becomes the second in the Jeep lineup to offer an electric range, after the Wrangler.
Mercedes-Benz is the latest to suffer due to the global shortage of microchips. Big boss Ola Källenius confirmed that the wait for delivery of some models could be more than a year.
Ford announces major investments in Tennessee and Kentucky to enhance production of its all-electric F-150 Lightning, and to ensure production capability for all the other electric products it has in the pipeline.
Ford is recalling the Mustang Mach-E due to two distinct problems with a common cause affecting the windshield and the sunroof. A total of 38,714 models are affected, including 4,990 in Canada.
Chevrolet has just shared the first official image of the upcoming Z06 version of its Corvette. The model’s differences is more discreet than expected, but looks are one thing: we know it will express itself differently on the track.
Hyundai is to recall just over 130,000 Tucson and Sonata vehicles in the United States and Canada. The recall is related to a potential problem with the engine that could lead to a fire.
Ram is adding a rather colourful version to its TRX lineup for 2022. The limited-edition Ignition adds a little more to the mix in terms of equipment, but more importantly in terms of appearance – not least of which its bright orange exterior finish.