From cars and phones, to computers, home appliances, and more, CES 2022 had a lot of announcements about what’s coming next, and what could be around the corner for consumer electronics.
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This year was a tough one, wasn’t it? We all have some complicated thoughts about 2020. For me, it taught me a few things, and made me feel very fortunate, even though it was a year without travel, major events, or big family get togethers.
Summer driving instantly sprang to my mind when I first saw the 2020 X1 xDrive28i. December doesn’t make me think of summer normally, but the X1 has the sporty style of a car you want drive to the beach–or on the beach–and maybe a weekend getaway in the woods.
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CES 2020 is in the books and I’m so tired. It was worth it though. Now that it’s over, I finally have time to start sharing what I’ve seen this week.
The BMW 640i xDrive Gran Turismo is a dream, luxury vehicle. The exceptionally well-made car combines sporty handling with a spacious interior and a hatchback for overall design and functionality that makes it uniquely useful and fun to drive.
We hear about luxury a lot, and sometimes it’s clear what it means, but for different brands, does it mean the same thing? Last week, BMW Canada launched their BMW Luxury Lounge in Yorkville (151 Bloor Street West), and with the opening, they took some time to discuss luxury with a few other brands, including Air Canada, Sotheby’s, and interior designer Shai DeLuca.
Before the Canadian International Auto Show opened its doors to car lovers last week, I had the chance to get into the BMW M760Li xDrive for a test drive with technology expert Josh McConnell. Taking the car out around downtown Toronto, Josh showed off the luxury vehicle, including the new autonomous driving features.
The Canadian International AutoShow is on now at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and until February 21 there are literally hundreds of cars to check out, including some of the most incredible concept, exotic, and classic cars in the country.
Thursday was the big media preview day and press conference gauntlet at the Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto, and it was a long but interesting day on the show floor.