In 1989, Nissan updated its S platform by replacing the outgoing 200SX (S12) with the 240SX (S13). While the S platform was always meant to be less aggressive than the more elite Z line, the new sports car would also be equipped with a more powerful engine in North America— a 2.4-litre inline four-cylinder engine […]

World Car Free Day doesn’t sound like the type of event to attract the attention and participation of a car company. Then again, Volvo has for decades pitched itself as a different kind of car company, so to mark the driving-free day, Volvo Car Canada is launching a shoe in collaboration with a shoe company […]

These days, it’s exceptionally rare to see an automaker adding cylinders to anything. If that statement piqued your interest, you may wish to take a closer look at the Porsche Cayenne GTS, either in its traditional form or the relatively new Coupé model shown here. Those who bought one of these at the tail end […]

Whenever I attend manufacturer press events where overarching ‘ship of state’ topics are being discussed, such as global business initiatives and future technology, my journalistic scepticism is usually on high alert. The reason for that is simple: change. Markets change, forecasts change, plans change. Nothing is immune to change, including the hopes and dreams of […]