BMW's next-gen X5 midsize crossover is taking shape and the redesign appears conservative -- except for the a new snout. The brand's kidney grilles have been enlarged vertically again. The larger grilles may be needed to admit more air to the engine for cooling or to feed a turbocharger or two.
Here's a look at the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler, through previous spy photos and the most recent shots from FCA. Jeep is set to reveal more details about the vehicle at this month's L.A. Auto Show.
Here's a look at the evolution of Ford's truck lineup through the years. The F-Series has been Canada's best-selling line of pickups for 50 years.
The Lexus LS+ Concept is based on the re-engineered LS sedan and will be used to showcase self-driving technologies and design direction. It draws heavily from the current flagship that will go on sale in Canada and the U.S. early next year.
The Leaf Nismo concept gives Nissan's Leaf EV a sporty makeover with racing car style body tweaks to reduce lift.
GM Canada is expanding its Midnight and Dusk editions to the 2018 Colorado ZR2, the automaker said Oct. 19. The Midnight Edition features an all-black exterior, black Chevy bowtie emblems and 17-inch five-spoke black accessory wheels. It also features a black sport bar with off-road LED lighting and ZR2 logos on the sport-bar sail panels. The Dusk Edition offers the same content as the Colorado ZR2 Midnight, but can be purchased in all other ZR2 exterior finishes, with black accents throughout.
The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is the first mainstream plug-in hybrid electric vehicle in the midsize crossover segment in Canada. It starts at $44,448 including shipping before any provincial incentives. Mitsubishi says it will come with all-wheel drive and DC fast-charging capability, providing an 80 per cent charge in less than 30 minutes.
As evidenced by new spy photos, the huge chrome fascia and grillwork on Fiat Chrysler's Ram pickup will be reworked for 2019, with a shorter grill that better incorporates the headlights. Photo credits: KGP PHOTOGRAPHY
The new third-generation Porsche Cayenne Turbo sits at the top of the luxury automaker’s model line. The four-litre V8 twin turbo engine delivers 550 hp and accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 4.1 seconds. The new 2019 Cayenne Turbo will be available in Canada in the summer of 2018 with pricing starting of $141,700, delivery included.
The Ferrari Portofino will replace the California T as the automaker's entry-level model. The hardtop convertible is powered by a 584-hp, V-8 engine that accelerates from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) in 3.5 seconds.
The 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe Custom -- available in Canada later this year -- is based on the Tahoe LS and adds 18-inch painted aluminum wheels, all-season tires and a chrome-accented grille. The Tahoe Custom also features increased cargo space behind the second row -- 54 cubic feet -- because third-row seat has been removed.