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MEVS and QEVS postponed to next year
The event which was originally scheduled to take place from April 24 to 26, 2020 had to be postponed to June 13, 14 and 15, 2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis. Unfortunately, the decision of the city of Montreal to cancel all public events until July 2 requires us to postpone the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show next year, on April 23, 24 and 25, 2021 at the Olympic Stadium.
As overall Chevrolet sales fall, Bolt EV sales are up 36 percent
Tesla isn’t the only automaker that sold a surprising number of EVs in the first quarter. Chevrolet sold 5,873 Bolt EVs in Q1 2020, an increase of 36.1% compared to a year ago. The Bolt may just be the second most popular EV in the US at the moment, behind only the Tesla Model 3 (it’s hard to say for sure, as Tesla doesn’t break out sales figures by models or markets).
National drop in vehicle-related pollution provides glimpse of an electrified future
With less traffic due to pandemic shutdowns, the air in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and other urban centres is clearer — and much healthier. In the longer-term, replacing normal vehicle volumes with EVs would have the same life-saving effect.
These are the best luxury hybrid vehicles you can buy in 2020
As first conceived, hybrids, like electric cars, were designed to be economical runabouts, the idea being that, again like EVs, the lower running costs afforded by electrification would appeal most to the penny-pinchers amongst us.
Canada needs stronger EV manufacturing policies to retain its place in evolving automotive sector
The future of automotive manufacturing is electric, yet Canada’s share of current production is lagging. A new report from the International Council on Clean Transportation and the Pembina Institute offers a roadmap on how to reverse this trend