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Frédéric Mercier

As a life-long car buff, Frédéric Mercier got his start in automobile journalism at the age of 19 with a gig revising technical data sheets for The Car Guide. He launched into full-time car writing in 2014 after completing a degree in Journalism from Laval University and today he is the head of automobile content at Quebecor Media.

Frédéric’s work regularly appears in The Car Guide, the Journal de Montréal and the Journal de Québec. He also contributes to QUB radio’s automotive podcast and has appeared on TVA’s Propulsion television show.

Most recent articles

MontrealThe 2020 Toyota Supra Unveiled in Montreal!
The long-awaited 2020 Toyota Supra made its Canadian debut at the Montreal International Auto Show. Presented to the world in Detroit only a few days ago, the new Supra is equipped with a turbocharged 3.0-litre inline-six engine borrowed from BMW. With an output of 335 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of …
MontrealMitsubishi Arrives in Montreal with the Electric e-EVOLUTION Concept
At this year’s Montreal Auto Show , more than 40 electrified vehicles are on display. One of the most spectacular among them can be found at the Mitsubishi stand, as the Japanese automaker is presenting the Canadian debut of its e-EVOLUTION concept. Propelled by three electric motors and benefitting from …
MontrealThe Montreal Auto Show Opens Tomorrow
For the 76st edition since its very beginning in 1914, the Montreal Auto Show is back with more attractions than ever to fuel the passion of car enthusiasts. With close to 30 Canadian premieres and even some North-American debuts, the Montreal Auto Show is the best place to admire all …
DetroitLexus Lifts the Top Off its Superb LC
At the Detroit Auto Show , which opened its doors to the media today, Lexus presented its LC Convertible concept, a topless version of the most spectacular model in its lineup. Unlike many concept vehicles presented by automakers, this Lexus convertible seems very close to reach production. After all, it’s …
DetroitThe New 2020 Kia Telluride Looks Ready for Battle
Seeing the strong demand for bigger SUVs, Kia saw the Detroit Auto Show is a good occasion to present its new Telluride. Designed and assembled in the United States, the Telluride is the biggest Kia ever built, end of discussion. Capable of seating up to eight occupants, it boasts a …
Detroit2020 Shelby GT500: Ford Presents its Most Powerful Mustang Ever
Ford has the habit of stealing the Detroit Auto Show, and this year will be no exception. The automaker from Dearborn started off the new year with a bang by unveiling its new Mustang Shelby GT500. With the Shelby GT500, Ford is launching what will be the most powerful production …
DetroitThe Toyota Supra is Officially Back
It has finally arrived. After years of rumours, Toyota lifted the cover off of the production version of the new 2020 Supra at the Detroit Auto Show. As is the case with previous generations of the Supra, this sports car automatically becomes the Japanese brand’s halo model. Aside from the …
First Drives2019 Lamborghini Urus: The Long-legged Bull4.5/5
A Lamborghini SUV. Yep, that’s a thing now. The Italian automaker, which is known for its ultra-powerful and aerodynamic sports cars, is throwing its hat into the SUV ring by introducing the Urus. The decision may strike some as odd, but the move is driven by hopes that it will …