Ford today announced the return of the Mach 1 version of its Mustang model. Few details are known at this time, but there’s reason to expect the most capable 5-litre-engine Ford Mustang in history.
Nissan announced yesterday a major four-year recovery plan. While cuts are planned in several areas, the effects of these cuts are not expected to be felt too much in North America, at least on the supply side.
Acura finally lifts the veil on the new generation TLX. The 2021 model is scheduled to hit dealerships in the spring of next year. Acura has put time and energy into this new generation, now it must wait to see what the public’s reaction will be, in this era of SUVs.
The Genesis GV80, the first SUV from Hyundai’s stand-alone luxury brand, will be priced starting at $64,500 in Canada. The company made the announcement today and detailed the four versions available to consumers north of the border. Pre-order books are open now.
Nissan has previewed via a video the next-generation Z model. Our first look at the new Z reveals that respect for the past played a big part in the creation of the next chapter in the life of an iconic sport model.
Acura is unveiling its new TLX in drips, because well why not. The latest bit of news involves the next-gen sedan’s front suspension yesterday. The virtual presentation of the new TLX will take place tomorrow, Thursday, just before noon.
BMW today presented three new products in an online presentation. We got to discover up close (virtually) the next-generation 2021 BMW 5 Series (sedan and wagon) and the 2021 BMW 6 Series GT.
Only two years after its debut in its current form, the Hyundai Santa Fe is being been reworked for 2021. In fact, the styling changes for the SUV will accompany the arrival of hybrid variants for Europe. We may have to wait a few years before getting those here, however.
The 2020 Geneva Motor Show was the first major automotive event to be cancelled due to the coronavirus. Now next year’s edition is in doubt. This time, it’s not Covid-19 casting doubt over the event, but rather a conflict between the organizers and the Canton of Geneva, as they negotiate a financial aid agreement.
Ford is adding a sharper variant to the Edge lineup for 2020. The ST-Line offers the styling of the actual ST version, but without the performance enhancements or the edgiest visual elements.