Here are the five must-read, must-watch auto news stories and videos for Thursday, December 10, 2015.
Hyundai’s new Genesis brand – not the Genesis sedan or coupe, not the Genesis band, but the new Genesis brand – now has a flagship. The G90 was revealed yesterday in Seoul. Here’s the automaker’s new website, which clearly states at the bottom the parentage: “Hyundai Motor.”
There are reasons to believe these vehicles would sell, but from the BMW Z4 and Buick Regal to the Ford C-Max and Ford Flex, these are 25 of the most ignored vehicles in Canada.
Ford’s F-Series outsold the two full-size GM pickup trucks in the U.S. in November, the first such occasion since March of this year. Sales of the midsize-leadng Toyota Tacoma are booming, too, so Toyota is planning to build more of them.
The 2016 Chevrolet Malibu, according to Automobile magazine, “merits cross-shopping even against the feature-rich Korean entries in the class,” as a value proposition.
The Toronto cab driver who wished to confront an Uber driver was obviously not behaving as he would on his best days. But you’ve got to hand it to him: strong fingers, man.