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Alfa Romeo: The End of Quadrifoglio Models

Alfa Romeo: The End of Quadrifoglio Models

The emotion felt behind the wheel of an Alfa Romeo is incomparable, and this is especially true when it comes to the Quadrifoglio versions. It must be said that the 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 has a lot of character with its 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque.   Unfortunately,...

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Ontario Ends Manual Plate Renewals

Ontario Ends Manual Plate Renewals

Soon, Ontario car owners will no longer have to worry about renewing their registration. Since 2022, plate renewal has been free, yet many drivers still forget to complete this task. That's why the Ontario government has decided to implement a new measure to assist its population.   According...

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Lucid revises its prices downward

Lucid revises its prices downward

The automotive market is constantly evolving, and we have proof of this with Lucid, which has once again lowered its prices. It must be said that with a starting price close to six figures, it\'s not for everyone. Consequently, the American manufacturer has decided to rethink...

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Chevrolet Equinox: General Motors' First PHEV Model?

Chevrolet Equinox: General Motors' First PHEV Model?

A few weeks ago, it was reported that General Motors could be considering adding plug-in hybrid models to its lineup. Marry Harra, the CEO of the group, has just confirmed the news. In fact, it seems that an engine is already prepared for commercialization.   According...

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Porsche Taycan 2025: Here are its range and performance

Porsche Taycan 2025: Here are its range and performance

While the majority of electric cars focus on energy efficiency, the philosophy is quite different at Porsche. Indeed, whether it's about gasoline or electric cars, the Stuttgart-based manufacturer prioritizes performance above all. That's why the...

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Cadillac Escalade iQL: When We Go Big

Cadillac Escalade iQL: When We Go Big

Last year, Cadillac introduced the Escalade iQ, a 100% electric version of its monumental SUV. However, we recently learned that there will also be an extended version of it. Unfortunately, no additional details have been provided, but we should learn more about the Cadillac...

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Kia Carnival 2025: a hybrid version!

Kia Carnival 2025: a hybrid version!

The Kia Carnival is undergoing a complete transformation for 2025, but that much we already knew. However, the Korean manufacturer took advantage of the Toronto International Auto Show to announce a scoop regarding its minivan. This latest iteration will up its game with...

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Audi R8: Production Extended

Audi R8: Production Extended

It's been quite some time now that Audi has been announcing the end for its flagship sports car, but the German manufacturer has been forced to extend production to meet demand. Victim of its own success, sales are still going strong for the R8 today, which is why Audi has...

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Ford is going to eliminate assisted parking.

Ford is going to eliminate assisted parking.

In case you didn't know, some Ford models are equipped with technology that allows your vehicle to parallel park by itself. Unfortunately, this is a technology that is set to disappear as it simply isn't used enough according to the manufacturer.   Having tried it...

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Volkswagen: No Pickup Truck for Canada

Volkswagen: No Pickup Truck for Canada

During the Chicago International Auto Show, Volkswagen made several announcements regarding its future projects in North America. Thus, we learned that there will be no pickup truck in our market, contrary to what the rumor suggested. This was confirmed by Pablo Di Si, the...

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Toyota is working on new internal combustion engines.

Toyota is working on new internal combustion engines.

The discourse on the future of automobiles is constantly evolving. Indeed, if we believed a few years ago that all cars would be electric, the vision of the future is quite different today.   Due to a lack of manpower and materials, several manufacturers have had...

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Nearly half of the Ferraris sold in 2023 were hybrids.

Nearly half of the Ferraris sold in 2023 were hybrids.

Despite the manufacturer's resistance to full electrification, it seems that Ferrari has gone green after all, as nearly half of the vehicles sold by the Italian manufacturer in 2023 were hybrids.   However, it's important to note that when it comes to hybridization...

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Introducing the 2025 Audi RS6 Avant GT

Introducing the 2025 Audi RS6 Avant GT

There was a time when family cars were all the rage, and even though that's not quite the case today, there are still exceptions to the rule, as is the case with the Audi RS6 Avant. To celebrate the model's success and the brand's rallying heritage, the German manufacturer...

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Lewis Hamilton will leave Mercedes for Ferrari in 2025.

Lewis Hamilton will leave Mercedes for Ferrari in 2025.

Lewis Hamilton dropped a real bombshell in the Formula 1 industry this week when he announced that he would leave the Mercedes team at the end of the 2024 season to join Ferrari.   Sir Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton is now regarded as the greatest driver in Formula...

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Cadillac CT5-V and CT5-V Blackwing 2025: A New Face

Cadillac CT5-V and CT5-V Blackwing 2025: A New Face

Cadillac has just unveiled the 2025 CT5-V and CT5-V Blackwing. The improvements are numerous, particularly in terms of design. The sport versions of the American luxury sedan display more character than ever.   There are no changes in the mechanical aspect for the...

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Tesla Model Y: The Best-Selling Vehicle on the Planet in 2023

Tesla Model Y: The Best-Selling Vehicle on the Planet in 2023

As is the case every year at this time, we analyze the data from 2023 to see which vehicles stood out in their respective categories and also in the overall market. Of course, one of the data points that interests us the most is which model was the most popular globally!...

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Ford Edge: End of Production Approaches

Ford Edge: End of Production Approaches

The adventure is about to conclude for one of Ford's most beloved SUVs. Indeed, the production line for the model will come to a halt in April.   The Ford Edge has been assembled at the Oakville plant in Ontario since its launch in 2006. However, the factory itself...

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Acura CDX 2025: A New Addition to the Canadian Family

Acura CDX 2025: A New Addition to the Canadian Family

After years of speculation and strong demand from its customer base, Acura will finally introduce its subcompact SUV, the CDX, in North America. This revelation came after a brief presentation of the brand's upcoming products in North America. The CDX is expected to become...

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Ford Bronco and Ranger: Increasing Production

Ford Bronco and Ranger: Increasing Production

  While demand is less strong for certain models, the opposite is true for others, such as the Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger, whose popularity continues to grow. This is precisely why the American automaker had to add a third shift to the production line.   Ford...

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Honda Civic Hybrid 2025

Honda Civic Hybrid 2025

The favorite car of Canadians may soon have its hybrid version. Honda has just revealed the first images of the model that is likely to make a splash upon its arrival in the market.   Recently dethroned by the Toyota Corolla, the Honda Civic has long been the best-selling...

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Lancia is introducing its first new model since 2011.

Lancia is introducing its first new model since 2011.

Although Lancia is not particularly present in North America, the Italian brand has its share of enthusiasts on the new continent. The manufacturer is known for its numerous successes in motorsports, especially in disciplines such as rally racing.   Founded in 1906,...

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Subaru: a new WRX STi, or almost

Subaru: a new WRX STi, or almost

  At Subaru, there are three letters that will resonate with enthusiasts, namely the acronym STi (Subaru Technica International). Unfortunately, there is no STi version available for the WRX since the new generation. Accessories with STi branding can be added, and...

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Stellantis snubs auto shows

Stellantis snubs auto shows

If you were planning to attend an auto show to see the latest from Stellantis, you might be disappointed as the group has decided not to make an appearance this year, across all of North America.   In North America, Stellantis comprises the brands Chrysler, Jeep,...

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Ford Maverick: a recall for 200,000 units

Ford Maverick: a recall for 200,000 units

Ford has hit a home run with the Maverick, whose popularity has been steadily increasing since its official launch. It must be said that the small truck from the American manufacturer operates somewhat alone in its category, and its starting price is lower than that of many...

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What is the fastest SUV in 2024?

What is the fastest SUV in 2024?

The more time passes, the more the last letter of the acronym SUV begins to take on importance. For some years now, certain manufacturers seem to have taken on the mission of creating utility sports vehicles that are increasingly powerful and faster. Brands like Ferrari...

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5 Used Vehicles You Can Choose with Your Eyes Closed!

5 Used Vehicles You Can Choose with Your Eyes Closed!

As an automotive journalist, I am regularly asked for my opinion on potentially purchasing a vehicle. It's quite easy, especially when it comes to new vehicles. However, the task becomes more challenging when dealing with used cars. Several factors can come into play and...

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Ford Bronco Sport 2025: A New Screen Coming Soon?

Ford Bronco Sport 2025: A New Screen Coming Soon?

The little Bronco, also known as the Bronco Sport, might undergo a significant update for the 2025 model year. Spy photos revealing the interior of the model have already started circulating online.   One of the first things that catches the eye is the immense screen...

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Dodge Challenger 2023: We finish this with a Demon 170

Dodge Challenger 2023: We finish this with a Demon 170

As announced by the Stellantis group, production of the Dodge Challenger has come to a definitive end, just like the Dodge Charger. Therefore, it can be said that it's the end of an era for the American manufacturer.   Regarding the Challenger, the last model to roll...

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Canada: No more gasoline vehicles after 2035

Canada: No more gasoline vehicles after 2035

While sales are slowing down and production is nearly halted for most electric models, the Canadian government still believes in its project to ban the sale of gasoline vehicles one day. This isn't the first time the government has shared its intentions, but now we have...

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Autonomous Vehicles: Turquoise signaling lights

Autonomous Vehicles: Turquoise signaling lights

The governments of California and Nevada have just given their authorization to Mercedes-Benz to launch a new pilot project. Autonomous vehicles equipped with turquoise signaling lights will soon be able to operate on the roads of both states.   For now, Mercedes-Benz...

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Ford F-150 Raptor R 2025: more powerful than the TRX

Ford F-150 Raptor R 2025: more powerful than the TRX

Two horsepower, that's what separates the RAM 1500 TRX from the Ford Raptor. It's more than enough for RAM enthusiasts who take delight in teasing Ford fans with this data, which, in reality, is rather insignificant. However, the laughter will be short-lived as the American...

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Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche switch to the Tesla connector

Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche switch to the Tesla connector

As the old saying goes, unity is strength, and the Volkswagen Group has understood this for quite some time. It's precisely for this reason that the German trio has decided to adopt the universal NACS (North American Charging Standard) connector developed by Tesla.   This...

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The McLaren GT becomes the GTS!

The McLaren GT becomes the GTS!

This is the most comfortable car of the brand, its trunk is spacious enough to hold two golf bags, and it offers all the amenities one could dream of. No, I'm not describing a large luxury sedan, but rather the least radical of all McLarens, which, despite appearances, is...

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A road with induction charging: a first in North America

A road with induction charging: a first in North America

Even if the sky isn't filled with flying cars, we're continually moving closer to a futuristic vision of the automotive industry, and the next imminent technological innovation might just blow your mind.   This is about a road that incorporates an induction charging...

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Hyundai Elantra N 2024: Improvements for the Track

Hyundai Elantra N 2024: Improvements for the Track

Although bearing the same name, the Elantra and the Elantra N are two very different cars. Moreover, the Korean manufacturer widens this gap further with small enhancements for the sports sedan in 2024.   The first thing that catches the eye is its new front bumper....

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Genesis GV70 Project Overland: an upcoming off-road version?

Genesis GV70 Project Overland: an upcoming off-road version?

It's no secret that SUVs are all the rage at the moment, especially models that offer enhanced off-road capabilities. I don't know if it's because of the recent years' confinement, but people seem more interested than ever in outdoor activities and adventures, which typically...

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Callum Skye: an all-terrain electric SUV

Callum Skye: an all-terrain electric SUV

The electrification of the automotive industry has allowed numerous manufacturers to emerge in recent years. It must be said that the design of an electric vehicle is, in theory, much simpler than that of a gasoline-powered vehicle. That being said, there are regulations...

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This is the new 2025 Subaru Forester.

This is the new 2025 Subaru Forester.

Subaru recently announced the launch of the sixth generation of the Forester, which arrives with novelties at every level. The Japanese manufacturer's SUV displays a more modern and elegant appearance than ever before. Its interior has been completely renewed, and even a...

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Mini Countryman 2025: What's New?

Mini Countryman 2025: What's New?

Mini is one of those rare manufacturers whose aesthetic signature has hardly changed throughout its history. It's a brand that ignites passion and is loved for the unique and distinctive style of its vehicles. Even someone who doesn't know much about cars can recognize a...

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Porsche Panamera: A New Generation

Porsche Panamera: A New Generation

Fourteen years ago, Porsche launched the Panamera, its first-ever four-door sedan. Needless to say, there was considerable skepticism about seeing the brand expand into a category where luxury and comfort reign supreme. Somehow, the German manufacturer infused a hint of...

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The term (chauffeur), where does it come from?

The term (chauffeur), where does it come from?

We all know this word, which is even used in English. The chauffeur is the person who ends up behind the wheel, and it's a term we generally hear when referring to a limousine or a luxury car. The chauffeur is the one who drives others to their destination because it's their...

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Dodge Challenger Demon 170: a customer completes the ¼ mile in 9.398 seconds

Dodge Challenger Demon 170: a customer completes the ¼ mile in 9.398 seconds

The first examples of the ultimate Dodge Challenger have started to appear in public as this car continues to make its mark on the automobile industry.   Unveiled last March as part of the Last Call program aimed at producing several limited series of the Charger...

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Hyundai Tucson 2025: First Images

Hyundai Tucson 2025: First Images

The Hyundai Tucson is set for a slight mid-cycle refresh for the 2025 model year. Here's everything you need to know about it.   This marks the first update for the Korean SUV since the introduction of the new generation to the market in 2022.   Slight Evolution   What...

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Toyota Camry: Ready for the NASCAR Series

Toyota Camry: Ready for the NASCAR Series

Toyota has just unveiled the all-new Camry dedicated to the NASCAR Series, and let me tell you, it's far from the friendly four-door sedan offered to the general public.   In addition to a new version, the Japanese manufacturer's race car also changes its name for...

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This is the brand new 2024 Saleen Mustang.

This is the brand new 2024 Saleen Mustang.

Steve Saleen is one of the most famous automotive tuners in North America. Similar to Carole Shelby, the former race car driver turned businessman gained recognition through enhancements his company makes to certain cars, including the Ford Mustang.   Each new generation...

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Jeep Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer 2024: Goodbye to V8 Engines

Jeep Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer 2024: Goodbye to V8 Engines

Jeep recently announced the 2024 updates for its Wagoneer lineup, and the first thing that stood out was the absence of V8 engines.   Since Stellantis unveiled the Hurricane engine, it's been known that the future of V8 engines is in jeopardy. It was only a matter...

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Top Gear: the end of the famous British show

Top Gear: the end of the famous British show

Top Gear: the end of the famous British show   The BBC has officially announced that the automotive news show Top Gear will not be renewed.   Top Gear experienced a significant decline in popularity since the dismissal of Jeremy Clarkson. The host had punched...

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Audi TT: End of an Era after 662,762 Units

Audi TT: End of an Era after 662,762 Units

It's now time to bid farewell to one of Audi's most iconic cars as production has officially ended for the TT after a 25-year career and the creation of 662,762 units.   Before delving further, I'd like to share something that most people may not know about the TT....

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Tesla Cybertruck: a towing capacity of 11,000 pounds

Tesla Cybertruck: a towing capacity of 11,000 pounds

After years of anticipation, speculation, and rumors, the first units of the Cybertruck have finally been delivered to customers, allowing us to learn more about the mysterious truck from the American manufacturer.   We now know that the towing capacity of the Tesla...

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Toyota Venza 2024: It's the End Again

Toyota Venza 2024: It's the End Again

The market is constantly evolving, and Toyota once again proves that no model is immune to a forced retirement. For the second time in the model's history, the Toyota Venza will be withdrawn from the market.   The first generation of the Venza arrived in 2008 and...

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