Alternative propulsion and vintage engineering were some of the highlights of this year’s Canadian International Auto Show.
Although new cars take centre stage at CIAS, delving a little deeper often reveals some fascinating insight into the world of technology behind today’s and tomorrow’s cars and trucks.
With the automotive industry continuing to focus on vehicle electrification as well as alternative forms of propulsion, this event can provide a great deal of interest for the automotive aftermarket in terms of the types of vehicles and technologies that service providers can expect to see in their service bays during the next decade.
Some highlights this year included a greater number of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, as well as a smattering of electric cars, advanced safety and telematics features, plus the latest generation of fuel-efficient internal combustion engines and multi-speed transmissions.
CarCare Business attended this year’s Canadian International Auto Show and here are some of the highlights we felt were of interest to the aftermarket.