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Electric vehicle assembly deals put Canada in the race
Ford and Fiat Chrysler EV agreements help secure the future of Canada’s auto sector — but a shifting value chain, to parts and batteries, means there’s still more work to be done.
Volvo XC40 Electric starts $20,000 more expensive than gasoline-powered version
Volvo has now confirmed the price of the XC40 Recharge, the electric version of Volvo’s best-selling small SUV, and it shows the problem with automakers launching electric versions of existing cars.
Torque Converter: Deciphering the Hummer EV's claim of 11,500 lb-ft of twist
By now, electric vehicle fans and off-road gearheads alike have had a few hours to digest the GMC Hummer EV and all its bold claims. From Extract Mode to e4WD to CrabWalk, the truck has no shortage of gee-whiz features that prove we’re all on the cusp of living in THE FUTURE.
First Look: 2021 Hybrid Hyundai Santa Fe
Hyundai hit the refresh button on its Santa Fe for the 2021 model year, rebooting the SUV’s style, adding a new hybrid propulsion method, and throwing in a bunch of other features to boot.
Union leader Jerry Dias on Canadian EV production: “We’re on the cusp of leading globally”
Unifor national president Jerry Dias says that the electric vehicle production won for Ford’s Oakville assembly plant in the union’s recent negotiations, slated to begin in 2025, was originally earmarked for Mexico.