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Base Camp: 2022 Audi TT Coupé

Every week, wheels.ca selects a new vehicle and takes a good look at its entry-level trim. If we find it worthy of your consideration, we’ll let you know. If not, we’ll recommend one – or the required options – that earns a passing grade. With the automotive world rapidly careening to all things electric, rumours […]

REVIEW: 2022 Buick Enclave

As the luxury three-row SUV segment gets more crowded, entries like the Buick Enclave tend to get forgotten. Not to be outdone by its competition the Enclave gets a thorough refresh for 2022, adding more attractive design touches and more driver tech. The biggest change is to the front end where the headlamps have been […]

Race Fan TV Listings March 16-March 27

Wednesday, March 16 6:00P-7:00, FSR, NASCAR Race Hub, L 8:30P-9:00, REV TV, Winged Nation #7, the biggest name and latest news in Winged Sprint car 2022, All Star Circuit of Champions, ASCS, The World of Outlaws, and more, N 8:30P-11:30, FSR, NHRA Camping World Drag Racing, AMALIE Motor Oil Gatornationals, Gainesville Raceway, FL, Mar 13/22, […]

Weekly News Roundup: GM Manufacturing in Quebec, STI on Hold, EV Blazer SS, More

GM Bolstering battery production in Quebec General Motors has announced plans for a new facility in Quebec that will produce essential products for the batteries that will power the company’s EVs. The $500m investment, along with the federal and provincial governments and partner Posco Chemical will produce “cathode active material” for Ultium batteries. This battery […]

Racing roundup: Two racing pioneers die

Ernie Martin, the great Pinecrest Speedway announcer whose expletive deleted earned him a job for life, or at least for the life of the speedway, has died. He was 91. And, suddenly, at 81, Ronald John Mutton passed. Ron Mutton  In the early days of Formula One at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (Mosport), neighbours would […]

Renting to own

For Emma Jarratt’s first vehicle purchase, the mother of two bought her 2019 Nissan Leaf sight unseen. “Some people I told basically thought I was a lunatic for buying a car online,” she said. But Jarratt didn’t make her decision without some practical experience. She originally booked and test drove a Leaf over a weekend […]

Thor’s Hummer?

“To the Batmobile!” is one of the most famous lines from the “Batman” TV show. It was a clarion call that meant the Caped Crusader was off to fight crime. He doesn’t tool around Gotham doing errands or taking leisurely drives in the country in his armoured car. His Batmobile is all business. But what […]

WHY I LOVE MY VEHICLE: 2022 Lexus NX350 Luxury Trim

For over two decades Markham’s Stanley Ko and his wife, Margaret Lui, have wanted a Lexus. As a technology projects program manager for York Region’s community and health services department, Ko’s role required a fair amount of driving. Despite mainly working from home these days, the family still rely on their vehicles to get around. […]

F1’s old guard doesn’t want Michael Andretti to join the club

Michael Andretti’s Andretti Autosport is determined to become the biggest racing company in the world. Andretti owns teams in IndyCar, Indy Lights, Formula E, IMSA and three lesser series. Now he wants to go Formula One racing in 2024, but he’s finding that harder said than done. Once upon a time, a guy could design […]

ONroute with the EV program

On Dec. 27, 2011, this photograph of a sign was posted online by an early electric vehicle adopter. Snapped at an ONroute station, it promised this was the “Future home of electric vehicle plug-in charging stations.” The first of those chargers finally opened in late February 2022, in time for March Break road trips. The […]