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All-new 2023 Kia Niro Debuts at the 2022 New York International Auto Show

Three electrified versions will be offered: Hybrid, plug-in hybrid (PHEV), and all-electric. Styling is based on the “Opposites United” design philosophy. Sales begin this fall. The Kia Niro has gone from a timid, efficient small crossover to an extremely bold, efficient, and larger utility vehicle. Despite the increase in size, the new Niro remains an extremely urban-savvy CUV capable...

The Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept Bows at the 2022 NYIAS

The Chrysler Airflow first broke cover at CES 2022. The Graphite concept shows the Airflow’s sleeker side. It is highlighted by its Galaxy Black exterior and Cyprus Copper accents. As we know, Chrysler will launch its first EV by 2025 and go full EV by 2028. While this is not the first time we get to see the Chrysler...

The 2023 Wagoneer L and Grand Wagoneer L are Long Boys

Overall length increased by 12 inches with 7 inches in the wheelbase. It will be available with Stellantis’ new Hurricane Twin Turbo engines. A new Carbide trim will launch as well. For many, the all-new 2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer were big enough. For the rest, more of everything is and was a must. It is for the latter...

2022 Edition of the Canadian International Auto Show is Cancelled

The Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus is responsible for the cancellation. The event was to take place next February. The Canadian automotive industry was getting excited at the idea of the return of the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto next February but unfortunately, the pandemic’s not quite done with us. Plans for the largest auto show in Canada...

VinFast Launches VF e35 and e36 Electric SUVs in Los Angeles

Vietnamese conglomerate Vingroup and car manufacturing branch VinFast chose the Los Angeles Auto Show to unveil the new VF e35 and VF e36 electric SUVs, launching its global EV brand by the same token. The Los Angeles Auto Show was a quieter event this year, but VinFast’s unveil brings a breath of fresh air and energy to the exhibition and...

Subaru Unveils Solterra Electric SUV in Los Angeles

After just the right amount of teasing, previews and the official unveiling of the Japanese model last week, Subaru finally showed the North American what its Solterra electric SUV will look like. This new addition to the Subaru family is the first fully electric vehicle from the Japanese brand. It shares its platform and most of its design cues with...

2021 New York Auto Show Cancelled for Good

The Covid-19 Delta variant was cited as a serious concern. It prompted State and local officials to increase various measures to stop its spread. Preparations were well underway for the highly anticipated return of the New York International Auto Show, one of the world’s premiere car events. For the last few weeks, automakers have been teasing new product debuts...

Chevrolet Electrifies 1977 K5 Blazer

Blazer-E shows off upcoming eCrate packs from Chevrolet Performance 90 percent of kit uses Bolt EV parts Chevrolet Performance is best-known for building literally dozens of combinations of crate engine to give your GM vehicle a repower. To show off their latest, they built a new concept that might be our favourite of the entire year. It's called the K5...

Mopar Teases Jeep Concept In Sketch Ahead Of SEMA360

The sketch features a modified Jeep Gladiator. Every component we see in the image is available from Mopar. The provided sketch and accompanying press release truly are teasers as they share little more than the fact that this Jeep is equipped with Jeep Performance Parts from Mopar. In fact, the PR reminds us of what Mopar is and where...

Montreal And Toronto Auto Shows To Go Virtual

Blame the ongoing pandemic. Initial discussions for virtual auto shows began earlier this year, before COIVD. The idea will be to virtually walk through the actual venue’s show floor. If there were ever any doubts about the present and future viability of the auto show format, the fact the Montreal and Toronto show organizers were already thinking about going...