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Porsche Taycan 4 Cross Turismo premiered in the world at MEVS and QVES
The German brand, which focuses on sports and high-end vehicles, will present at the Montreal and Quebec Electric Vehicle Shows for the first time at consumer shows in the world, its all new 100% electric Taycan 4 Cross Turismo.
2023 Cadillac Lyriq up close: The on-ramp to GM luxury brand’s all-EV future shines brightly
Cadillac is making a company-wide beeline straight towards an all-electric lineup by 2030 and we got the chance to take a close-up look at the first of the new wave of electrified Caddies, the 2023 Lyriq, in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Teardrop camper trailer fast-charges EVs with 75 kwh of extra batteries
Camper manufacturer Colorado Teardrops this last week revealed a small-footprint teardrop-style camping trailer that’s configured to get over the hurdle of dramatically lower range while towing with an electric vehicle—by carrying extra batteries to recharge the EV along the way.
The Imperium ET5 in great Canadian premiere at MEVS and QEVS
Imported from China by Imperium Motor Company, this compact SUV with an attractive price and competitive range will be presented as a Canadian premiere at the Electric Vehicle Shows in Montreal and Quebec.
Ioniq 5 Takes Hyundai Plug-in Sales To New Record In July 2021
Hyundai reports over a 13% decrease of its global car sales to 137,962 in July (on a manufacturer level), however, the plug-in segment continues to expand and reaches all-time record levels for the third consecutive month.