Some new vehicles have been unveiled at the 2017 Canadian International Auto Show taking place in Toronto from February 17th-26th. The day before the event is open to the public eye, some vehicles have been revealed on media day.
Here is the list:
2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
Volkswagen is making sure to keep consumers of their SUV's pleased as they have unveiled their redesigned 2018 Tiguan. A big difference with the 2018 model is that it will have 57 per cent more cargo space and plus more space for passengers inside.
2017 Mazda CX-5
Mazda has released their new 2017 CX-5 at the Canadian auto show Thursday. The CX-5 has had significant changes made to the interior of the vehicle and is expected to be available in the Canadian market around the end of March. It's starting price will be $24,900.
Nissan Vmotion 2.0
With full-fledged storm troopers in attendance, Nissan has unveiled their Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept.
Nissan has added technology to the vehicle that is to keep to its commitment of zero emissions and zero fatalities. The technology is expected to be added to their other vehicles in the years to come.
2018 Hyundai Accent
The all-new 2018 Accent has been revealed by Hyundai Canada at the auto show which has undergone a redesign and some refinements. Hyundai also treated people at the event to another unveiling as they showed off their Allantra GT that is supposed to arrive in the Spring.
Subaru Viziv-7 SUV Concept
Subaru has a vision in how they see SUV's in the future and it was on display as they showed off their Viziv-7 SUV Concept to the crowd. The blue accents are a nice touch to the SUV that is supposed to arrive on the market in 2018.
Volvo V90 R
Rounding out the list is Volvo's V90 R which is the final model in the V90 lineup. The vehicle has an aggressive appearance and sits atop a sport chassis. It made it's Canadian debut at the event.
The Canadian International AutoShow takes place between February 17th-26th at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
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