Self-driving Cars: Are ...

Waymo self driving car We hear a lot about the technologies and testing of self-driven cars (also referred to as driverless or autonomous cars). This niche is constantly evolving, and we see manufacturers and technology giants getting engaged in the battle for dominance. Of course, the...

Ladies of the 2010 Bolo...

One of the guilty pleasures at any auto show has to be the presentation models or “booth babes” hired to attract the attention of show goers. As one would expect, it was not only the vehicles on display in Italy that were exotic and sensual. The Audi A7 Sportback on display...

AJAC 2009 Canadian Car ...

The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) has wrapped up its 2009 Canadian Car and Utility Vehicle of the Year testing session, known as TestFest. Held in Niagara on the Lake, the event culminated on October 24, 2008 with the naming of 14 segment winners who will now go...

General Motors Oshawa p...

In the Olympics of qualty, General Motors’ assembly plant in Oshawa has won a gold medal for a second consecutive year. The Ontario plant received the Gold Plant Quality Award for producing vehicles with the fewest number of defects in a study of car and truck assembly plants in...

Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell:...

Share Facebook Twitter Google + We salute Hyundai for bringing pioneering technology to the masses – but there are a few elephants in the room… It may not look it, but the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell will go down in motoring history as the world’s first mass produced...

Hyundai Genesis review

Share Facebook Twitter Google + Eyebrows were raised when Hyundai announced it was launching the Hyundai Genesis in the UK. Not just because the car is more of a statement than a serious contender in the executive sector, but the price tag – a cool £48,005. Already on sale in...