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Ford may equip its EVs with a four-wheel-burnout mode
Yes, we’ve heard the complaint over and over, including from inside Driving.ca office (and from out of my mouth): Ford butchered the name of its electric vehicle by calling it the “Mustang Mach-E.” (Why, oh, why wasn’t “Model E” used?)
Nissan seeks to cut EV costs, considers hybrid trucks
Nissan on Wednesday revealed a new approach to developing the core components for its EV and e-Power series hybrid models—leading to what Nissan believes to be price parity with non-hybrid internal combustion models around 2026.
All 50 electric vehicles for sale in Canada in 2023
Pop quiz, hotshot: how many all-electric vehicles do you think are on sale in Canada right now? Chances are, it’s a few more than you think. We’ve assembled a list of no fewer than fifty distinct EVs currently available for Canadians to buy or lease, a number which surpassed this author’s initial estimate by more than a dozen.
Electric bicycle company SUPER73’s first electric motorcycle expected out this year
The SUPER73 C1X has become a hotly anticipated light electric motorcycle design from Los Angeles-based electric bike company SUPER73. But eager riders may not have to wait that much longer.
2024 Hyundai Kona Electric gets more range, roomier interior
Hyundai revealed global specs for the next-generation Kona Electric, on its way to the U.S. as a 2024 model, and most notably this model is getting sharper-looking and larger inside—with a longer range to boot.