2015 Toronto Autoshow
The Art and the Automobile exhibit at the Toronto auto show is where you’ll find the rarest, most expensive and most beautiful cars on the floor
The Canadian International Auto Show has its fair share of pretty (and pretty weird) cars on the floor
Automaker commits $560 million to Ontario factory to build Equinox
Markham-built GT supercar makes surprise Canadian debut alongside Mustang GT350R, Raptor
If you’re in the market for a new car, or just love all things on four wheels, you need to head to the show.
Nissan’s BladeGlider Concept isn’t exactly new having originally debuted in November at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. But, it is still extremely cool.
2016 Honda Pilot ditches the boxy look for a more streamlined design, and packs a host of new amenities
Ford announced at the Canadian International AutoShow on Thursday that its all-new GT carbon fibre supercar will be built in Markham, Ont. in partnership with Multimatic.
The Subaru Legacy was named Canadian Car of the Year by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada while the Ford F-150 won Utility Vehicle of the Year
For an extremely uncomfortable microcar, I felt like I could drive the Peel P50 for hours
Mark Richardson explains what makes the CIAS a must-attend event for new car buyers—oh, plus you can now actually buy cars there
For 2015’s Toronto auto show, the Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance is putting on Art and the Automobile—and we can’t wait for it
A chance encounter with an old friend led Kevin Sheehan to sell his Chevelle and build a rat rod
If you’re thinking it’s going to be same-old at the Canadian International Auto Show this year, you’re in for a surprise
Taking a look at all the winners through the years