Auto123 headed to the City of Angels to meet the redesigned 2021 Cadillac Escalade, in the company of actor-director Spike Lee. We finally got to see up close the new curved-screen OLED technology that has no equivalent in the industry currently.
Volkswagen presents a very small SUV named Taigun. Unfortunately, this one won’t be made available here in North America, even if from looking at it we’d be willing to bet it would prove a big hit on our market.
The electric Hummer has been confirmed by GM and an ad showing us a little more of it will be aired during the next Super Bowl. What’s attracting attention at the moment is the announced 11,500 lb-ft of torque, a staggering figure.
Hyundai Canada has just unveiled pricing for versions of its Sonata 2020. The redesigned sedan comes with new styling that promises that might leave few indifferent, as well as the latest in safety and technology.
Kia will be showcasing the next generation of its Sorento SUV at a world premiere event in South Korea on February 17th. The SUV promises to be more refined than ever and electrified engines will be part of the mix.
The Toyota Group has announced it will recall 3.4 million vehicles worldwide. The campaign is needed to address a problem with airbags that may not deploy in the event of an accident.
Subaru has provided details of its electrification plan. The Japanese automaker wants 40% of its sales to consist of electric or hybrid vehicles by 2030, and it will produce only electric vehicles by the mid-2030s.
Last week the Automobile Journalists’ Association of Canada (AJAC) announced its Best Vehicles category winners for 2020 at the Montreal Auto Show. The overall winners in the Car and SUV/Truck general categories will be announced at the Toronto auto show next month.
The North American car show season kicks off with the 2020 Montreal Auto Show. Here are Auto123’s Top 10 highlights of the show, chosen from the 37 Canadian and 3 North American premieres on the program.
The unveiling presentation for the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette at the Montreal Auto Show was one of the highlights of media day, as the jostling to get in close and snap good shots of the two units on display – one white, one orange – was more frenetic than usual.