NACTOY last week announced its choices for 2021 Car, Utility and Truck of the Year, and their picks highlight how the industry is changing at a breathtaking pace. We take a look at the industry’s past, present and future, all wrapped in one announcement.
The AJAC (Automobile Journalists Association of Canada) has named the category finalists for its 2021 Canadian Car of the Year and Utility of the Year awards. Category winners will be revealed on February 20, and the overall winners at a later date, yet to be announced. In the meantime, let the arguing begin.
Well-established in the global winter tire sector, including in Canada, Finnish manufacturer Nokian Tyres has set itself the mission of further solidifying its presence in North America in all tire segments. Here is its new all-season tire, the Nokian One.
BMW wants to double its sales of electric vehicles in 2021, and to increase by 50 percent sales of its other electrified models (hybrids and PHEVs) during the next year.
Kia has given us a peek at the roster of electric vehicles that it plans to offer in the near-future. And not only does this group tease include vehicles destined for the general public, it also features models designed for commercial use.
Renault today presented a new all-electric concept car, the design of which is strongly inspired by the legendary Renault 5. The French automaker plans to have the model ready for production within a few years.
Hyundai has shared details and a few images of the first vehicle to come from its new all-electric vehicle brand. The Ioniq 5 SUV will be presented in full in February at an online event.
Cadillac previewed its upcoming Celestiq electric sedan at the CES in Las Vegas. Little is known about the model at this time, but we can guess that it will inherit many of the components and features being prepared for the Lyriq SUV, set to debut in 2022.
The Detroit Auto Show has been cancelled for 2021. In fact, some events will take place and be twinned with another automotive gathering scheduled in Michigan, but the full show will only return for 2022.
Hyundai has confirmed the arrival of an N variant of its Kona SUV. Few details have been given at this time, but Hyundai promises more information in the coming weeks.