Posts

More than 1,000 vehicles, including exotic concepts, rare classics and wild supercars were on display this month at the 2020 Canadian International AutoShow, here are a few that caught our eye.

Hyundai Vision T Plug-in Hybrid SUV Concept

Hyundai preseHyundai Tuscon Vision T Plug-in Hybrid SUV Concept
Hyundai presented the Vision T plug-in hybrid SUV concept, which we first saw in a world premiere back in November 2019.

Jeep Gladiator Mojave

Jeep Gladiator Mojave
FCA presented an extreme version of its midsize pickup, the all-new Jeep Gladiator Mojave. This Gladiator is the first one to wear the new “Desert Rated” badge, which represents the ultimate in high-speed off-road capability and performance while traversing grueling desert and sand environments.

BMW Vision M Concept

BMW Vision M Next
BMW showcased the spectacular Vision M Next concept – 600-horsepower plug-in hybrid.

Genesis GV80

Genesis GV80
The GV80 is the first-ever SUV from Genesis, the four-year-old premium division of the Hyundai Motor Group.

Bugatti La Voiture Noire

Bugatti La Voiture Noire
The Bugatti La Voiture Noire is a privately owned, one-of-a-kind Bugatti that’s the most expensive new car of all time at $16.1 million.

The Real Star of the Show: Mister Bentley

Mister Bentley
The Instagram-famous Mister Bentley is the coolest thing on four legs and four wheels at the Canadian International Auto Show this year.

What’s Next?

Dealer-FX will transform your dealership and give your employees the tools they need to satisfy customers, while also driving higher revenue and profits. Get in touch to experience a live demo today!

Whether you are looking for electric cars, sports cars or something completely new, the Tokyo Motor show has it all.

This year, the theme of the Tokyo Motor Show is “OPEN FUTURE” – representing the endless possibilities that mobility will bring to the automotive industry. Here are some of the cars expected to debut at this year’s show.

2021 Toyota Mirai

The 2021 Toyota Mirai is a hydrogen fuel cell car looks a lot more conventional – and a lot prettier than expected.

2020 Mazda e-TPV

Mazda confirmed that it will debut their first electric vehicle at the Tokyo Motor Show – the Mazda e-TPV. It features a 35.5-kWh lithium-ion battery pack with a rotary engine included as a range extender.

Nissan IMk concept

Nissan’s group of IM-branded concept vehicles will expand once again in Tokyo with the introduction of the IMk electric concept, which was shown off before the show looking like a Nissan Cube for a new generation. It’s a tall-but-small upright concept that should offer a serious amount of interior space.

Toyota LQ Concept

The LQ is effectively a facelift of the 2017 Concept-i, an all-electric, self-driving hatchback, with cosmetic changes inside and out. More significantly, though, the technology is upgraded to reflect advancements since its first appearance, with Level 4 autonomy and a realistic new personal assistant designed to create a bond between owner and machine.

Mitsubishi MI-Tech Concept

Mitsubishi’s MI-Tech Concept will primarily serve as a preview of its next plug-in hybrid drivetrain, which swaps the traditional combustion engine for a gas turbine generator.

For more information about the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, please click here.

What’s Next?

ONE Platform fundamentally improves the customer’s experience through efficiencies in process automation and workforce enablement. It promotes transparency, drives dealership revenue and builds lasting customer relationships. Click here to experience a LIVE demo of ONE Platform.