Automotive News - October 2019

Toyota Confirms RAV4 Plug-In Hybrid to Debut at LA Show

Toyota has announced it will present the premiere of the Toyota RAV4 Plug-In Hybrid version at the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show in November. No details are known yet, but we expect a powertrain roughly similar to the regular hybrid version of the popular SUV.

2020 Lincoln Aviator First Drive: Fashionably Late

The new 2020 Lincoln Aviator is such a good, complete package that it’s well-positioned to compete with luxury SUVs already out there, though whether it’s good enough to justify the high price tag attached remains to be decided, by buyers. Here’s our Auto123 review.

Volkswagen Teases New 2020 Golf Ahead of Launch

VW had released early teaser images of the eighth-generation 2020 Volkswagen Golf to whet the appetites of the model’s fans ahead of the official reveal. The company is promising a more dynamic exterior design, but the biggest changes occur inside.

10 Best UX Winners for 2019, according to WardsAuto

WardsAuto has come out with its fourth annual 10 Best UX list, recognizing the new 2019 and 2020 models offering the best user experiences to their occupants. This year’s focus was in good part on the quality of the multimedia systems making up the central nervous system of vehicles.

2020 Hyundai Sonata First Drive: A Sophisticated 8th Generation

The 2020 Hyundai Sonata is refined and elegant, with a sophisticated powertrain and all the expected technological must-haves for a sedan in this category. For its maker, at play with this model in a segment that’s being largely abandoned by the Americans, now’s the chance to do big things with it.

A New Design for Volkswagen’s R Logo

Volkswagen this week unveiled the revised logo that will distinguish the R and R-Line versions of its models from now on. And unlike the new brand logo unveiled a few weeks, back, the new R badge is quite noticeably different.

2019 Kia Niro EV Review: The Mr. Rogers of electric vehicles…

Its range is on par with the lead peloton of the category and it’s eligible for the governmental EV rebate so mission accomplished there, but beyond its electric bonafides the 2019 Kia Niro EV is versatile, spacious and well-equipped, plus it delivers very good road handling.

Lincoln Continental With Suicide Doors Back for 2020

Lincoln’s experiment with suicide doors for its Continental sedan proved a success in 2019, so much so that the automaker is bringing the version back for 2020 – and this time’s it’s upping the production run from 80 to 150 units.

NHTSA Launches Probe of Tesla Over a Software Update

American governmental organization the NHTSA is opening an investigation of EV automaker Tesla, with the goal of determining if the company should have issued a recall of a certain issue instead of just sending out a software update as it did.

The Dodge Challenger Outsold Ford’s Mustang in Q3 2019

During the third quarter of 2019, the Dodge Challenger surprisingly beats out its two main rivals in its segment, outselling the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro. The achievement is even more remarkable for the fact the model has barely changed for years.

Tesla delivered a record 97,000 vehicles in Q3 2019

Tesla has beaten its previous mark for most vehicle deliveries in a quarter, as it produced 97,000 units in all in Q3 2019. But the EV company will have to do even better in Q4 (100,000 units) if it wants to hit the annual target it set for itself.

Construction Zones: Slow Down Already!

Reduced speed limits posted in construction zones are in place to ensure the safety of workers on site. Yet far too many motorists continue to blatantly ignore the posted limits and refuse to slow down for the sake of those repairing and building our roads.

Radically different styling for the next Hyundai Tucson?

Hyundai promises that the radically different styling of the next-generation Tucson will surprise and delight fans of the SUV. As per the company’s current design philosophy of giving each of its models a distinct look, the next Tucson won’t look too much like any other Hyundai.

The Best Winter Tires for Cars in Canada for 2019-2020

In some parts of Canada the snow is already with us – and in the other parts, it’s on the way! presents our buying guide to winter tires for cars for the 2019-2020 season. Learn which winter tires are recommended on snow and ice!

Volvo Previews Styling of the All-Electric XC40

Volvo has just released new images that show off some of the unique style elements that will distinguish the all-electric version of its XC40 small SUV. The styling is more streamlined, and owners will get use of a small trunk at the front end…

BMW Issues Recall of… the Toyota Supra

BMW has announced a recall that will likely affect only seven vehicles in all, but what’s notable is that it involves a car the German brand doesn’t make: the Toyota Supra. The recall is over a potential issue with the driver’s seat belt mount.

Three Millionth Cummins Engine for the Ram Brand

Ram is about to receive its three-millionth engine from Cummins. The close partnership between the companies dates back 30 years and appears more solid than ever – just like the engines one provides for the other’s trucks.

The Polestar 2 Makes Canadian Debut in Toronto

Volvo’s electric-vehicle division Polestar has chosen Toronto for the Canadian debut of its brand-new Polestar 2 model. The five-door liftback is expected to be available commercially as of summer 2020.

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