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Here are some Canadian EV innovations that you might not know about
The final instalment in our “New to EVs?” series highlights the growing number of made-in-Canada EV innovations — from QR-code charging outlets to a buddy network for new EV drivers — that are helping to make the EV driving experience and our EV ecosystem more complete
First Drive: 2023 Volkswagen ID. Buzz
Denmark’s capital city, Copenhagen, on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager, played host to one of the seminal Grateful Dead shows, captured live on the band’s landmark Europe ’72 album. Safe to say there were lots of VW Bulli’s — ‘buses,’ in North American slang — parked outside and around the Tivoli Concert Hall on that historic night on April 14, 1972.
Polestar electric roadster concept to enter production as Polestar 6
In March, Polestar (Nasdaq: PSNY) revealed an electric roadster concept called the O₂. Now the company has confirmed that a production version is expected to launch in 2026 as the Polestar 6 electric performance roadster.
Canada's 10 best-selling plug-in hybrids in 2022's first half, kinda sorta
Pick a side. In the red corner, you’ll find hundreds of new vehicles still outfitted with internal combustion engines. In the blue corner, dozens of fully electric vehicles are now on the market in Canada with heaps of battery power.
Does Toyota's plan to convert engine plants into battery factories signal a stronger EV shift?
A few days ago, Toyota announced a $5.6 billion investment plan to produce batteries for fully electric vehicles in Japan and the U.S.