A so-called sustainable fuel will be introduced in Formula 1 in 2026, or at least that’s the plan. Several companies are working on a new type of gasoline, known as synthetic, which would be carbon neutral.
Chevrolet has lifted the veil on the next generation of its Colorado pickup truck. If nothing else, the offer will be more varied, with three models featuring different chassis configurations available to customers.
Mini this week unveiled the Aceman Concept, a small electric SUV that first and foremost shows us where the British automaker wants to go in terms of design. A production version is planned for 2024.
Lexus has debuted its refreshed 2023 Lexus UX 250h, which gets two new trims, features renewed styling and is priced starting at $41,450 CAD. The model is available starting now.
NHTSA is launching three investigations involving 1.65 million Stellantis Group vehicles. The action was necessitated by several complaints received about various problems with the vehicles. No recalls are being discussed at this time.
General Motors is launching a new website devoted to providing answers to consumers’ questions about electric vehicles. The company recognizes what several studies have shown: potential buyers want and need to be better informed about EVs if they’re going to embrace the format as a whole.
Stellantis is recalling three models to address a tire pressure problem. The lucky winners are the Chrysler 300 and the Dodge Charger and Challenger models.
Cadillac has shown in full its coming all-electric Celestiq sedan, the brand’s future flagship and new standard-bearer of luxury. Indeed, the production model, which will be hand-built and outrageously priced, will boost the level of luxury at Cadillac to another level.
A documentary series on the history of independent American automaker AMC is in the works and will be released in 2024. For recent-history buffs and car lovers, this is great news.
Ford says the signed agreements it has in place are enough for it to be able to produce 600,000 electric vehicles per year, and this by the end of 2023. The automaker hopes to be assembling two million annually worldwide by 2026.