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2020 Porsche Cayenne S Coupé Is Now Available To Order

Just in time for online order, the new Porsche Cayenne S Coupé breaks cover. As the in-betweener, the S will deliver enough of everything and all the styling. We first covered the arrival of the Porsche Cayenne Coupé in late March and within moments, questions arose about this new Coupé, the principal one was why? Although some of us are not quite enthused (myself mainly) about Porsche and them giving in to a trend, we’re certain it will ...

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Virgin Galactic and Land Rover Presents the Range Rover Astronaut Edition

Virgin Galactic and Land Rover unveiled the exclusive Range Rover Astronaut Edition, a model only available to members of the Virgin Galactic Future Astronaut community. Space exploration is making headlines these days. US President Donald Trump has just asked for $1.6B to Congress to resume the lunar space program, Elon Musk sends satellites (and Tesla Roadster) into orbit with his company SpaceX, and China wants to conquer the planet Mars. But there is also space tourism, ...

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Ford to cut all cars save for two

Ford Logo

This is big news. Ford CEO Jim Hackett said that they will not bring or give the Taurus, Fiesta, Fusion, C-Max and Focus sedans a next generation in North America. While we agree with all but the Fiesta, know that the Mustang will remain. A new addition will be the Chinese-built Focus Active crossover. This is all part of Ford’s “fitness” initiative presented by Hackett last October. The goal is massive cost cutting but this news is ...

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Uber self-driving car kills a pedestrian in Arizona

In what is believed to be the first fatal crash involving a pedestrian and a self-driving car, an autonomous Uber vehicle hit and killed an unnamed victim in Tempe, Arizona, on Sunday night. So far few details have emerged, but Tempe police and Uber both confirmed the incident. According to the Tempe PD, the self-driving Uber did have a driver at the time of the accident, but it was operating in fully-autonomous mode. Uber released ...

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Lincoln will reveal a new Aviator at the New York Auto Show

Lincoln Aviator

It’s highly likely that you do not remember the original Aviator. Back in 2003, Lincoln unleashed a rebadged Explorer to little or no fanfare. Other than a revised dashboard, some chrome and oversized taillights, nobody really noticed when it went away in 2005. Lincoln will revive the nameplate, as part of Ford’s multifaceted plan to overhaul their line-up. Lincoln has announced that they will be dropping the majority of their “MK” naming strategy in favour ...

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The 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric unveiled in Geneva

2019 Hyundai Kona

The Hyundai Kona is already one of Canada’s most anticipated SUVs of the year, and now we’re getting a new 100% electric version with impressive features. Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, this new electric Kona offers two engines, one of which can reach 470 kilometers of range! The first engine develops 133 horsepower and can reach 100 km/h in just 9.3 seconds. Its announced range is 300 kilometers courtesy of a 39.2-kWh battery which ...

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A wagon version of the Mission E: the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo unveiled in Geneva

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo

The Porsche Mission E will come out as a production vehicle by next year and already Porsche is hard at work on other versions of its flagship electric sedan. In Geneva today, we got the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo, a high-slung utility version of the sedan presented three years ago in Frankfurt. The Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo has not been confirmed yet, but the fact remains that the specifications of the concept are ...

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Geneva Auto Show 2018: The Range Rover SV Coupe

Range Rover SV Coupe

There is something deceptively simple and elegant about Range Rover’s very limited 2-door ultra-luxury SUV. At first glance, it looks like nothing’s going on but the moment the eye focuses on the absence of rear doors and the length of the front door, your sense melt. How is it possible that such an unpretentious design decision has an impact of this magnitude? Speaking of magnitude, all body panels save for the bonnet and tailgate are ...

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A chat with RAM Man, Jim Morrison

This year is turning out to be the year of the truck. Between the return of the Ford Ranger, following a facelift on the F-150 for the 2018 model year, and the unveilings of the all-new Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra, without forgetting the entirely rejigged RAM 1500, truck lovers and the North American automotive media have lots to get excited about. The Canadian International Auto Show, held every year in Toronto, is the biggest ...

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The Ferrari of utility vehicles

Ferrari SUV

We all know it’s coming. In fact, so inevitable is a Ferrari SUV that the fabled supercar brand’s future could be in jeopardy, at least that’s what a few specialized European car websites think. While Ferrari could survive without an SUV, Lamborghini’s decision to launch the insane Urus is what will have sealed the deal in our opinion. Picture your typical mom and dad Lamborghini/Ferrari shopper looking to buy a car for their first born. ...

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