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Wednesday 30 March 2022

GM's popular 2022 Hummer EV will make its Canadian debut at MEVS 2022

It is at the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show (MEVS) that General Motors will present its Hummer EV 2022 to Canadian consumers for the first time. The craze has been at its height since the unofficial announcement was made !

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Tuesday 29 March 2022

The all-new Cadillac Lyric makes a Canadian Premiere at MEVS

Cadillac's Lyric will be the first entrant into the luxury electric vehicle market and will be at MEVS for the first time in Canada. It presents many modern features, as styling and it’s cabin. 

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Monday 28 March 2022

Toyota Debuts All-Electric bZ4X Production Model

bZ4X arrives at Canadian dealers in Mid-2022 and will be presented for the first time in a general public show at MEVS and QEVS.

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Saturday 26 March 2022

Here Are The Cheapest Electric Cars With Over 200 Miles (320 Km) of Range

There are more long range EVs on the market than ever, but are there any with affordable price tags?

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Thursday 24 March 2022

VinFast prices first Canadian models at $51,250 and $69,750, but the battery is extra

VinFast Canada’s VF 8 and VF 9 all-electric crossover SUVs have a price tag of $51,250 and $69,750, which means both models are ineligible for the current federal rebate and most provincial incentives

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