A too-cute GM electric convertible concept is set to make its public debut in China. Auto123 has more on a model that debut here when hell freezes over.
Over the decades, many new technologies have appeared in our vehicles, and some of them have become so ingrained and indispensable that we can’t imagine doing without them. Let’s take a look at 10 of them.
Hyundai put on an online presentation of the long-awaited 2022 Santa Cruz pickup truck today. The model is of course not a typical pickup, but it is whistling a familiar tune, one we’ve heard from Honda with its up-to-now-unique Ridgeline model.
Audi presents the Q4 e-tron, a more luxurious version of the Volkswagen ID.4. The model benefits from the same organs as its cousin, but will be offered with two body styles and more upscale styling.
NHTSA has opened an investigation into a potential problem with airbags in some 750,000 General Motors vehicles produced under the Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC banners. In fact, the problem could cause the airbags to fail to deploy in the event of an accident.
Mazda Canada has presented the automaker’s first all-electric vehicle to the country. Meet the Mazda MX-30 BEV, coming this fall… to Quebec and British Columbia, to start.
Toyota’s upcoming electric vehicles are likely to adopt the BZ name. The company’s application to register the name leaves little room for doubt.
The NHTSA has opened two probes in the U.S. into potential problems with Volkswagen and Audi vehicles. In total, some 215,000 products are affected.
Lincoln is recalling about 35,000 Aviator SUVs due to a problem with the rearview or backup camera. Recall that these systems have been mandatory on new vehicles in North America for the past few years.
Toyota has presented the next generation of its 86 sports car, the close cousin of the Subaru BRZ if you recall. As expected, the aesthetic differences are minor, but still, the front end is quite distinct, and Toyota promises distinctive handling capabilities.