Michel Deslauriers

A full-time automotive journalist since 2004, Michel Deslauriers spent several years working for the 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, 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

NewsJeep Unveils its Concepts for the 52nd Annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari
For this year’s Easter Jeep Safari, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has once again come up with a bunch of outrageously cool concept vehicles, and it definitely doesn’t seem to lack creativity. Jeep and Mopar worked together to create seven vehicles that will be on display at the 52nd annual meet, where …
Special EventsNissan 370Zki: Hot-rod Snowmobile
It must be fun to work in one of Nissan’s marketing teams. They have the creative liberty and the funds to come up with unique, off-the-wall vehicles that will end up drawing attention to the brand and its product lineup. To prove that their vehicles aren’t afraid of winter, the …
GenevaChanges Announced for the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
Every year, the Geneva Auto Show is chock full of supercars as well as prestige cars and trucks, but there are some more sensible models on display, too. Japanese brand Mitsubishi presented the 2019 Outlander plug-in hybrid, which will get some significant powertrain changes. First of all, the 2.0-litre four-cylinder …
New YorkAn all-new 2019 Subaru Forester to be Unveiled in New York
The Japanese automaker is putting the final touches on an all-new generation of its compact SUV, and it will be presented at the upcoming New York Auto Show. For now, no details have been announced regarding the 2019 Subaru Forester . We can only admire a teaser image of the …
Previews2018 Chrysler 300 Preview
Chrysler’s large sedan has entered its 14th year of production in 2018 without a major redesign. That’s an eternity in the automotive industry, in which new models are introduced in rapid succession. And yet, the 300 soldiers on thanks to numerous improvements brought on over the years, including a partially …
Test Drives2018 GMC Terrain: a Loveable, but Expensive SUV4.0/5
If a few years, half the country could be driving around in subcompact and compact SUVs, so there’s a lot of potential for every automaker. Some are more popular than others, though, and the rest must rely on innovative features or an alluring price tag to get some extra attention.