Barrie Thunder Classics Cruise Nights is run by the Barrie Thunder Classics Car Club. The cruise nights take place in Heritage Park at the waterfront every Wednesday from 6 p.m. until dusk.... Read More.
ImportFest is coming back to Toronto this Saturday, July 27, 2019. Taking up over 185,000 sq ft at its usual home in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, ImportFest says it has now become Canada’s largest aftermarket trade show.... Read More.
Ontario’s gas prices jumped in April when the federal government’s carbon tax went into effect and Ontario’s Conservatives countered with a cut to the province’s gas tax. But as we write this during the lead-up to Canada Day, Ontario’s average gas price is just under $1.20/litre, only two cents more than the national average.... Read More.
Basically, speed limiters are connected to the engine’s computer and prevent the car from reaching top speeds. Once sensors report that a vehicle is traveling faster than it’s allowed to (based on the manufacturer’s specifications, not road signs), it signals to the engine to reduce the flow of air and possibly also the sparks that create combustion.... Read More.
The Yorkville show will separate the 110+ cars into corrals, mostly by marque: Ferrari, Porsche (two corrals), Morgan, Aston Martin, and Lamborghini. The other corrals mix marques: supercar, modified, American, and open class.... Read More.
The 2019 Canadian International AutoShow, commonly called the Toronto auto show, opens to the public Friday, February 15. Known for showcasing the latest and greatest developments in the auto industry, the Toronto auto show also brings in some historic, classic vehicles.... Read More.
The auto industry is continually working to improve the vehicles they build. This includes looking for ways to make the car stronger, lighter and more efficient. This is where carbon fiber raises the bar.... Read More.
Consider this: A typical vehicle spends 95% of its lifetime sitting in a parking spot so why waste space for it? Here’s a new study that looks at the impact of self-driving cars on parking lots.... Read More.
Ontario’s auto industry is ready for the global trends of the future. As reported in the Toronto Star, Canada’s auto industry, which is concentrated in Ontario, shows continued strength thanks to an appetite for luxury cars and high-end SUVs as well as better than expected job creation.... Read More.