Spotted is Globe Drive writer Peter Cheney's weekly feature that takes you behind the scenes of his life as a vehicle and engineering journalist
It's the second media day at the New York International Auto Show, and we've got more photos of world and North American premieres. Plus: Car of the year and Green car of the year announced.
Every debut at the New York Auto Show hopes to break through the clutter of lookalike new models.
Despite any commodity dips, spikes or corrections, each of these vehicles has sold consistently at around 20,000 units every year. For the full story, please click on the link below
The Globe Drive Aesthetics Committee, using a completely unscientific "beauty-is-in-the-eye-of-the-beholder" mandate, has named these beauties the most aesthetically pleasing cars in Canada http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-drive/car-life/galleries/top-10/article17779142/
Seventy-five per cent of F-Type convertible owners are “conquest” sales, which means those buyers previously owned another brand of car, most likely a German one. The Coupe, however, should conquest 90 per cent of its sales, writes Jeremy Cato. For his full review, please click on the link below. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-drive/car-life/galleries/in-pictures-2015-jaguar-f-type-coupe/article17791932/
The concept: The Hermes is a four-wheel-drive electric supercar concept that could ultimately be motorized by a 3,000-plus horsepower ‘powerpack’ consisting of a pair of turboshaft turbines. This concept was envisioned as the most powerful and fastest production car on the planet in a scaled up version (larger and wider). http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-drive/car-life/galleries/in-pictures-hermes-electric-supercar-concept/article17744386/
Spotted is Globe Drive writer Peter Cheney's weekly feature that takes you behind the scenes of his life as a vehicle and engineering journalist http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-drive/car-life/galleries/spotted-how-to-fix-a-car-with-duct-tape-road-warriors-and-more/article17717687/
Note: For Canadian Black Book (CBB) all percentages are for four-year-old vehicles (2010 model year). For ALG, all percentages for mainstream models are for four years, while premium models percentages are for three years (indicated by *). http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-drive/car-life/galleries/in-pictures-the-cars-with-the-best-resale-values/article16836104/