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Michel Deslauriers

A full-time automotive journalist since 2004, Michel Deslauriers spent several years working for the Auto123.com portal, we he notably occupied the role of Editor-in-chief. He then moved over to TC Media where he collaborated to the launch of AutoGO.ca, before joining the team at The Car Guide in 2015.

His knowledge and his interest for the automotive industry range from earth-scorching muscle cars to earth-friendly electric vehicles.

Most recent articles

NewsChevrolet Celebrates 100 Years of Trucks with an All-new 2019 Silverado
The Chevrolet brand was established in November 1911, and six years later, presented its first truck, the 1918 One-Ton. During a media event in Dallas, Texas celebrating the 100th anniversary of the brand’s first truck, the automaker also unveiled the redesigned, 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 . According to GM, the …
New ModelsMcLaren Senna: Ultimate Tribute to a Racing Legend
There are three model series at McLaren, obviously all very fast and exhilarating sports cars. There’s the more-affordable Sport Series in which we find the 540C , 570S and 570GT coupes as well as the 570S Spider droptop. The Super Series includes the …
Special Events2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class: a Major Redesign, 40 Years Later
STUTTGART, Germany – the venerable G-Class will receive take a dip in the fountain of youth, but don’t worry, Mercedes-Benz won’t make the mistake of changing its timeless look. Forty years after hitting the market, the robust 4x4 is more popular than ever. In fact, of the 300,000 units sold …
DetroitA Sportier 2019 Toyota Avalon on the Way?
After redesigning the 2018 Toyota Camry and giving its sportier variants a polarising look, the Japanese manufacturer will unveil a reskinned 2019 Toyota Avalon full-size sedan at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show. The only image published so far offers a close-up glimpse of the car’s front fascia. LED lighting in …
Spotlight on2018 Infiniti QX80: We’re Driving it This Week!
The QX80 full-size luxury SUV has been around for quite a while now. It was actually introduced back in 2004 as the QX56, and the second generation appeared for the 2011 model year. It’s been called the QX80 since 2014, when the brand’s nameplate strategy was revised. From a sales …
NewsCare by Volvo, a new all-inclusive subscription service
After BOOK by Cadillac and Porsche Passport , Volvo is launching their own vehicle subscription service. Customers will be able to drive a new Volvo SUV with a simple monthly fee, which will include vehicle registration fees, insurance and maintenance. The Swedish br…