After an absence of over three years, the Detroit Auto Show returns next month, though it will be in slimmed-down form. So far, only four manufacturers have confirmed new product introductions.
Kia has shared official, though camo’d, images of its future EV9 currently in testing. The electric SUV will be positioned at the top of the lineup and offer more space for passengers and gear; expect a number of elements introduced with the EV6 as well.
After presenting the exterior of its X Speedium Concept in April, Genesis chose the occasion of Monterey Car week to showcase the interior. Expect some elements of this design study to make their way into future Genesis EVs. Why? Because designer Luc Donckerwolke said to expect them.
Canada has signed two separate agreements with Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz. The Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) are aimed at facilitating the German automakers’ access to Canadian raw materials as they forge ahead with the electrification of their model lineups.
Hyundai and Kia are advising nearly 300,000 owners of Palisade and Telluride SUVs to park their vehicle away from structures due to a fire hazard, which stems from a problem related to the towing system module.
Ford announced yesterday that it will cut 3,000 jobs worldwide, with India, the U.S. and India the affected countries. The cuts come as part of a reorganization the company hopes will make it more competitive in a rapidly changing industry.
Hyundai is recalling just over 120,000 units of its Palisade SUV due to a problem with the windshield wipers, which could stop working altogether. The affected vehicles were built before February 2021.
A Swedish study confirms what we already knew; touch screens are a real source of distraction compared to good old buttons. And the perverse effects of technology are impressive.
Toyota Canada has shared pricing and details for the 2023 Camry, priced starting at $30,190 and available in no fewer than 12 different model and trim configurations – including the new limited-edition Nightshade variant. Auto123 has the details.
Kia is recalling two 2016 models, the Sedona minivan and Sorento SUV. According to the company, a small percentage of them – around 1 percent – have a defective part within the shifter lock system, which could cause the vehicle to rollaway suddenly.