Mitsubishi has given its next-gen Outlander PHEV SUV a global premiere presentation, though it won’t make the North American market before next summer. Which means that while we learn more about the model with tonight’s reveal, pricing and details for our market are for another day.
The juicy details on the next-gen 2023 Kia Sportage will have to wait, because today’s U.S. virtual premiere shed only a tiny sliver of light on what to expect from the redesigned SUV. We do know that the “expected” output of the model’s 2.5L base engine will be 167 hp…
Ram is recalling just under 132,000 HD pickup trucks due to a fire hazard. This comes just days after the NHTSA opened an investigation into another potential problem involving Ram’s Heavy Duty trucks. In the immediate, Ram recommends owners park their vehicles away from structures.
Land Rover presents a mildly tweaked but spiffier and more tech-laden Range Rover for 2022, and promises both a PHEV variant and an all-electric version in 2023 and 2024, respectively.
Chevrolet has unveiled the Z06 version of its new Corvette. With an estimated 670 horsepower and an engine that can sing at up to 8,600 RPM, we’re promised the most exhilarating Corvette in history.
Volvo is issuing another recall over a potential problem with airbags in older vehicles. The affected models are the V70 and XC70 from 2001 to 2007.
GM says it has resumed delivery of pickup trucks that it had built incomplete due to the microchip shortage, and that it’s catching up on its backlog. As of today, more than half of the models that were on back order have been delivered.
Acura Canada has announced pricing and changes being brought to its RDX SUV model for 2022. Included in the offering is a very limited PMC Edition.
The NHTSA has opened an investigation into a potential engine-stall problem affecting diesel-powered Ram HDs. The model-years involved are 2019 and 2020 trucks, and a total of 600,000 vehicles are affected.
Just days after news came of Stellantis cutting production at its Windsor, Ontario plant down to one shift in 2022, it appears that may not be carved in stone. The Unifor union says that Stellantis has committed to returning the plant to three shifts.