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Monday 3 September 2018

$5 to get rid of petrol: promotion for a limited time

MEVS will be back on May 3, 4 and 5, 2019 at Place Bonaventure in Montreal. You can register online for only $5 *.

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Sunday 2 September 2018

Mercedes-Benz unveils very revealing EQC electric SUV teaser ahead of debut

Mercedes-Benz is about to unveil its first electric vehicle built to be electric from the ground up and it has been teasing it so much over the past few weeks that we have almost seen all of it.

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Saturday 1 September 2018

Tesla Roadster is embarrassing us, says supercar maker Koenigsegg

Despite still being about two years away from production, the next-gen Tesla Roadster is seemingly already having an impact on the industry as a prototype.

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Monday 27 August 2018

Tesla wins against Ontario gov as judge rules that phase-out of EV incentives is discriminatory

In Ontario, a judge has sided with Tesla and agreed that the government was discriminating against the company when it excluded Tesla from the phase-out period of the removal of the province’s EV incentives.

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Saturday 25 August 2018

Audi unveils new all-electric supercar prototype with solid-state batteries, 570 kW power and 800-volt charging system

We still have to wait another month to see the production version of Audi’s first next-gen all-electric, the e-tron quattro, but the German automaker is still giving us a glimpse at its electric future today.

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