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A $21-billion wager on who will build the Apple car — hint: it's a Canadian company
A red-hot trend in the car industry is for new entrants such as Fisker Inc. to hand over the complicated and capital-intensive work of engineering and building vehicles to a contract manufacturer.
GM rebrands itself around EVs, launches “Generation E” ad campaign
General Motors has announced a new advertising campaign centered around an “inflection point moment” it sees in electric vehicles.
Here's why Apple could pick Hyundai for its iCar
Apple is reportedly in talks with Hyundai about cooperating on electric cars. A partnership with the South Korean company makes a lot of sense, but it might not be the only carmaker keen to develop a relationship with the iPhone maker.
Tesla’s $25,000 electric car could be coming sooner than we thoughtTesla’s recently announced $25,000 electric car could be coming sooner than we thought, according to newly unveiled documents about Gigafactory Shanghai.
When talking about what Tesla’s new battery cell and “structural battery pack” architecture could enable at Battery Day last year, CEO Elon Musk announced that Tesla will be making a $25,000 electric car.
Making new residential buildings 100 per cent EV-ready: essential and affordable
In the first in a series of articles that explores how to make the built environment EV-ready, Brendan McEwen outlines some of the global best practices that B.C. cities have pioneered in new construction requirements