The new third-generation Porsche Cayenne Turbo sits at the top of the luxury automaker’s model line. The four-litre V8 twin turbo engine delivers 550 hp and accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 4.1 seconds. The new 2019 Cayenne Turbo will be available in Canada in the summer of 2018 with pricing starting of $141,700, delivery included.
The Ferrari Portofino will replace the California T as the automaker's entry-level model. The hardtop convertible is powered by a 584-hp, V-8 engine that accelerates from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) in 3.5 seconds.
The 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe Custom -- available in Canada later this year -- is based on the Tahoe LS and adds 18-inch painted aluminum wheels, all-season tires and a chrome-accented grille. The Tahoe Custom also features increased cargo space behind the second row -- 54 cubic feet -- because third-row seat has been removed.
The sixth-generation BMW M5 has a 4.4-liter V-8 engine with 600 hp and 553 pounds-feet of torque, an increase from 560 hp and 500 pounds-feet of torque. The sedan can hit 60 mph in 3.2 seconds, which is the fastest time for an M5, BMW says. It is set to arrive at dealerships in spring 2018.
The Concept Z4 features classic roadster design cues such as a long wheelbase, a low-slung and stretched silhouette and a compact rear end. But a shorter hood and crisp overhangs in the wedge-shaped concept put the driver closer to the center of the car than in previous BMW roadsters, the company says.
Hyundai's next-generation fuel cell vehicle previews the company's second commercially produced hydrogen model and is equipped with Hyundai’s fourth generation of hydrogen fuel cell technology. It will feature a driving range of more than 360 miles per charge, compared with the 258 miles on the current Tucson fuel cell crossover. The unnamed midsize crossover will be launched in Korea in early 2018, followed by the U.S. and Europe.
The Prototype 9 pays homage to Infiniti’s current and future design language, and reinterprets the brand’s Torii gate grille. It is powered by a prototype electric motor and battery from Nissan’s advanced powertrain department.
Ford is offering a special edition GT for 2018, following the 2017 '66 Heritage Edition. The 2018 GT '67 Heritage Edition is a tribute to the red and white GT40 IV race car Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt piloted to victory at Le Mans in 1967. Ford Canada says "a very limited" number will be available in Canada.
The hood, headlights, taillights and front and rear fascias on the 2018 Acura RLX are all revised for a more aggressive and sculpted look. Inside, the RLX receives new seats and upgraded materials.
The Subaru Forester is set to be the latest model to join the brand's global platform when its redesigned. Spy photos indicate that the compact crossover will pick up some design cues, such as the grille and headlights, from the Impreza and Crosstrek, while keeping the familiar Forester shape. The redesign comes not long after the 2017 Forester was named the Automobile Journalists’ Association of Canada’s (AJAC) Utility Vehicle of the Year today at the Canadian International Auto Show. Photos: KGP PHOTOGRAPHY
Infiniti's new QX50, introduced as a concept at the 2017 Detroit auto show in January, has been spotted undergoing high-altitude testing. The production version captured by photographers closely resembles the crossover concept. The QX50 will ride on a new fwd platform shared with other Renault and Nissan vehicles, marking a change from the current vehicle's rwd setup. Infiniti's new 2.0-litre variable compression turbocharged engine will make its production debut in the QX50. Inside, it features a revised gear shifter, relocated push-start button, along with the addition of a couple of cupholders The new QX50 should debut by the end of 2017 and go on sale in early 2018. “Infiniti is preparing for new and updated crossovers and sport utility vehicles, including the all-new QX50,” Infiniti Canada spokeswoman Jennifer McCarthy said in an email to Automotive News Canada. PHOTOS: BRIAN WILLIAMS / SPIEDBILDE