TAKE FIVE: A peek at the 2020

Automotive News Canada’s Take Five looks at five new, refreshed, or retooled vehicles that might be destined for or have recently entered the Canadian market.

TAKE FIVE: A peek at the 2020 1


It’s likely impossible not to observe the large brand-new grille on the 2020 BMW 7 series, shown above. But it’s one of the numerous changes the luxurious sedan receives for the imminent model 12 months. The automaker redeveloped its turbocharged 8- and 12-cylinder engines and could begin supplying a plug-in hybrid model with a six-cylinder gasoline engine. That model generates 286 horsepower and is paired with a 113-horsepower electric motor. Zero to one hundred km/h takes five to —1 seconds. BMW Canada has not announced an all-electric range.


The redesigned Explorer, a larger and sportier model of its predecessor, comes with all-wheel force as standard in Canada. The automobile is now not primarily based on a front-wheel-force platform. However, a rear-wheel pressure platform is shared with the new Lincoln Aviator. The sixth-era Explorer has a 300-horsepower turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a ten-velocity transmission. A turbocharged V-6 is likewise available. The Explorer is the first Ford vehicle in North America to offer the automaker’s new park-assist feature so that it will parallel park with the touch of a button.


Canada has its first N-Line Hyundai. What does that imply? Sportier layout and an upgraded powertrain and chassis. The Elantra GT N Line has a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine paired with a six-speed manual transmission and a paddle-shift seven-speed automated. Hyundai Canada stated the GT N Line gets quicker steerage and a “particularly tuned suspension paired with larger front brakes.” And Hyundai needs anybody driving this vehicle to comprehend it’s an N Line: Each automobile has a “precise, leather-based-wrapped, perforated N steerage wheel with metal spokes.


The Passat won’t be on a brand-new platform, but the midsize sedan will receive many modifications with its 2020 refresh. There’s a new front fascia and new styling lines. The Passat comes with a carryover 2. Zero-litre 4-cylinder and a six-velocity computerized tran venture. The up-to-date indoors consists of a refreshed instrument panel. New trendy safety equipment consists of ahead-collision caution and blind-spot monitoring.


The freshened RC F coupe gets five more horsepower for its 5. Zero-litre V-8, now rated at 472. The Track Edition has an equal engine and can accelerate to 60 mph (ninety-six km/h) in less than four seconds. It includes a digital release manager that automatically adjusts traction, making the throttle for the fastest jackrabbit feasible. Among other outside layout tweaks, the headlights now feature stacked LED lighting.

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