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Electrified vehicles to get amped about in 2019
Is this the year electric vehicles break through in Canada? That’s a question that has been asked for almost a decade now, and if Canadian sales of EVs in relation to gas-powered vehicles is any indication, the answer is, as with years past, probably not.
GM says it’s definitely building an electric pickup
After recently backing away from partnership talks with EV truck-maker Rivian only to have Ford jump in, and following a trail of hints at an electrified SUV or pickup, GM has announced it’ll be developing an electric pickup truck of its own.
Hyundai upgrades IONIQ Electric with significantly bigger battery and design refresh
Hyundai is three years into its IONIQ program, which includes 3 versions (hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and all-electric), and today, it unveiled a refresh version with the all-electric version getting a bigger battery pack for a significantly longer range. The IONIQ Electric was always impressive for its efficiency.
Tesla launches cheaper Model 3 with 150km range in Canada to get $5,000 incentive
Due to pricing restrictions, Tesla’s vehicles didn’t get access to Canada’s new $5,000 federal incentive for electric vehicles, but the automaker has now launched a new and cheaper Model 3 with a software-locked range of just 150 km (93 miles) in Canada to get access to the discount.
Smart Pulls Plug On Electric Car Plans In U.S. & Canada
Say goodbye to the Smart city car in the United States and Canada. The little two-seater runabout firm owned by Daimler will depart the U.S. / Canadian markets at the end of this year, according to a report from TechCrunch.