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EV brand Fisker to build first all-electric Popemobile
Fisker has announced it will be custom-building the first all-electric vehicle for the Pope, following a Vatican City visit between Pope Francis and Fisker co-founders Henrik Fisker and Dr. Geeta Gupta-Fisker.
MEVS and QEVS will both be the first indoor Public Exhibitions post-COVID
Yes! We’re back! Come and discover the novelties and exclusives of electric mobility, on September 17, 18 and 19, 2021 in Montreal and on October 1, 2 and 3, 2021 in Quebec City.
Canada one of eight countries calling to accelerate zero-emission trucks
The bid to completely decarbonize medium and heavy-duty vehicles between 2040 and 2050 reflects concern that the recent boom in e-commerce and resulting transport sector growth are putting the Paris Climate Accord goals out of reach
Tesla issues voluntary recall on some Model 3 and Model Y vehicles to inspect brake caliper bolts
Tesla has issued a voluntary recall on some Model 3 and Model Y vehicles built over the last three years due to brake caliper bolts potentially not being secured properly.
NASA at the forefront of electric airplane development
Aircraft are responsible for a substantial amount of air pollution, but building an electric airplane presents several physical and institutional problems that automobile designers don’t have to worry about. NASA has been working on electric planes, and grappling with these problems, for at least a decade, and has begun to demonstrate some progress.