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Wednesday 9 December 2020

Audi starts production of the e-tron GT electric car

Audi announced that it is is starting production of the e-tron GT, its new electric luxury and performance sedan.

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Wednesday 9 December 2020

Aptera solar car claimed to need no charging starts at $25,900, arrives in 2021

Aptera Motors now claims its updated electric three-wheeler will be able to run entirely on solar power, with no charging required for daily use.

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Tuesday 8 December 2020

Ireland is converting old phone boxes into EV chargers

With the arrival of the mobile phone, phone boxes are now obsolete. So, what to do with all those boxes and their infrastructure? Ireland is applying adaptive reuse of the well-positioned phone booths by turning them into EV chargers.

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Monday 7 December 2020

Generation Gap: Ranking each and every version of the Toyota Prius

The Toyota Prius is about to enter its third decade on the Canadian market, and in that time the ground-breaking hybrid has gone from being the butt of jokes; to revolutionary battery-assisted pioneer; to common-as-wallpaper commuter car.

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Friday 4 December 2020

What are the implications of a Biden presidency for Canada’s ZEV industry?

A pro-EV pivot, led by a return to stronger fuel economy standards, seems certain. But the biggest benefits for Canadian industry likely hinge on reducing protectionist supply chain barriers. Dan Woynillowicz sets out the landscape.

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