Chevrolet Will Help VW TDI Owners With Their Next Car Purchase

Following Volkswagen’s recent problems with its diesel engines, the German manufacturer decided to cut back on their TDI powerplants and focus on greener technologies. For example, they will roll out new electric vehicles shortly. This is all fine and good, but it leaves a large gap in the market: what about people who love their […]

the New Infiniti Q60

John Snow Drives the New Infiniti Q60

Sport luxury Coupes are not as uncommon as one might think. Nearly all of the main players in the posh car categories has one, including Infiniti. The Q60 has returned but this time it has a far more distinct personality over the Q50 sedan with which it shares many components. This approach will certainly help […]


Flyin’ Miata Injects Some Juice into the Mazda MX-5

Anyone who drove a new Mazda MX-5 can tell you the sleek roadster is one of the most enjoyable, brand-new vehicles on the road. Its steering is responsive, the car weighs pretty much nothing and it can go around corners at impressive speeds. However, power isn’t THAT impressive. While the 2.0-litre engine likes to rev, […]


2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1’s Power Output Revealed

When Chevrolet launched the new Camaro ZL1, an important information was missing. We learned about the 10-speed automatic transmission, the magnetic suspension, the huge air intakes… However, the exact power output was kept secret. Chevrolet wanted to surprise us. Sadly, nothing stays hidden for long on the Internet: through an ordering guide leaked by Camaro6—an […]

Aston Martin Recalls Cars for Door Lock Issues

Aston Martin Recalls Cars for Door Lock Issues

Do you know someone who owns an Aston Martin? If you do, consider yourself lucky and ask for a ride; these are exceptional machines that deserve to be enjoyed. However, Transport Canada just published a warning for the locks and the door mechanism. On every single DB9 produced between 2009 and 2015 as well as […]


2017 Toyota C-HR: a Glimpse of the Cockpit

Some time ago, we presented images of Toyota’s new urban SUV, the C-HR. The automaker initially planned to bring it to the U.S. and Canadian markets under the Scion banner, but after announcing the termination of the brand, the little utility vehicle will wear a Toyota badge. Like in the rest of the world. The […]


And the 2016 Engine of the Year is…

The results for 2016 Engine of the Year, an annual award given by Engine Technology International Magazine, are in. A vast selection of powerplants were entered, and the winners have been announced in 12 different categories. Here are the winners: Less than 1 litre : Ford’s turbocharged 1.0-litre three-cylinder 1.0 to 1.4 litres : PSA Peugeot Citroen’s […]

Ferrari LaFerrari Spider

Ferrari LaFerrari Spider: No Roof, No Problem!

This probably won’t come as a surprise, but Ferrari just unveiled a convertible version of its most powerful supercar ever: here is the Ferrari LaFerrari Spider. Spider isn’t actually the finished name: Ferrari hasn’t announced the official name yet. After hearing rumours during the last months, the fact that this car existed was confirmed by […]


A Glimpse of the New BMW 5 Series

We’ve been waiting a long time for the new-generation BMW 5 Series to appear, and it seems like it’s finally coming along. However, the German manufacturer is using the midsize luxury sedan to develop a new fully automated, optical measuring cell concept. A robot arm on each side of the cell is fitted with two […]

Cadillac adds Carbon Black Sport Package to 2017 ATS

Cadillac adds Carbon Black Sport Package to 2017 ATS and CTS

A new trim package called Carbon Black will be available on select versions of the 2017 Cadillac ATS, in both coupe and sedan body styles, as well as the 2017 Cadillac CTS. On the ATS Luxury and Premium Luxury editions, the Carbon Black sport package adds a black chrome grille, black side window mouldings, body-coloured […]