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All Rolls-Royces will be electric after 2030: CEO
Even though its first production all-electric effort, the Spectre, has yet to bow, Rolls-Royce already knows it will build nothing but electric cars from 2030. Between now and then, it remains committed to its signature V12, but in seven years, fans of the uber-luxury marque will no longer be able to go gas, its top executive confirmed.
7 Tips for driving an EV in Canadian winter weather
In a perfect world, all electric vehicles would be driven in 23-degree Celsius weather with no wind, rain, or snow and on perfectly flat roads. Unfortunately, those conditions are rare in Canada, where temperature rise and fall within a matter of hours and perfectly flat roads… well, that’s a mere dream.
ZEV registrations topped 10 per cent Canadian market share in Q4 2022
Battery electric vehicles led the surge, with an 8.4 per cent share in Q4. For 2022 as a whole, one in every 11 new vehicles registered was a ZEV, finds S&P Global Mobility.
Possible battery issue halts Ford F-150 Lightning production
Production and shipments of the Ford F-150 Lightning have been stopped, though sales continue.
The Chinese (EVs) are coming
So, the big — nay, huge — news this week is the Chinese balloon that flew over North America. Military conflicts? Live fire? Freaking spy balloons? What has this, you’re asking, got to do with cars?