The Stelvio is Alfa Romeo’s first SUV. The legendary Italian brand has always championed two qualities above all else: style and speed.
Originally revealed as a concept at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, Lamborghini has been teasing its new Urus SUV for years and officially announced it this month.
Top speed is electronically limited to 250 kilometres per hour, but it’s clear from sampling this high-output behemoth that so much more is possible.
Maserati launched its first sports utility vehicle on Canadian soil last night at the Ferrari Maserati of Vancouver, the first of six stops on the Levante’s three-week, cross-Canada road trip.
If you need the practicality of an SUV but dream of a 911 and don’t plan for any vigorous off-road adventures, the GTS takes the Cayenne platform in a more driver- and performance-oriented direction.
“The Bentley Bentayga is extraordinary in many ways,” Michael Winkler, president and CEO of Bentley Americas, stated at the Vancouver unveiling of the Bentayga, which has now entered a market hungry for SUVs.
In retrospect, it makes perfect sense that the 2016 Volvo XC90 would be an absolute, uncontested, out-of-the-park home run. There was, and is, so much riding on the success of this SUV, the opposite scenario would be completely unthinkable, both for the Swedish manufacturer itself and for “Volvo-philes” around the globe.