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Thursday 11 November 2021

Hyundai Ioniq 5 Canadian price starts at $44,999, making it eligible for federal and provincial rebates

A month before its new crossover the Ioniq 5 arrives in Canadian showrooms, Hyundai sets a rebate-eligible price, following a trend seen with Volkswagen’s ID.4 and other new electric SUVs vying to win Canadian customers

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Wednesday 10 November 2021

Countries and automakers agree to go all-electric by 2040 in weak new goal set at COP26

At COP26, several major countries and automakers have agreed to set a new goal to go all-electric by 2040.

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Tuesday 9 November 2021

2022 Chevy Bolt EUV and EV production is back on—for a short time

Production of the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV electric cars is back on temporarily as General Motors continues to work through a large-scale battery recall.

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Monday 8 November 2021

There Are 12 Tesla-Carrying Ships Now Headed To Europe And Asia

Several signs indicate that Tesla is heading for record deliveries in the fourth quarter of this year, even though we are only one month into it.

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Friday 5 November 2021

Electric Mobility Canada urges a faster transition in ambitious 2030 EV action plan

In a newly released 32-point plan, the industry member association Electric Mobility Canada calls on the federal government to take more urgent action to accelerate zero-emission mobility adoption, saying Ottawa’s 2035 deadline for 100 per cent passenger ZEV sales is too slow to meet climate targets

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