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Thursday 15 October 2020

APMA unveils winning design for Project Arrow, an all-Canadian concept EV

The collaborative project, launched by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association to showcase Canadian expertise, now moves to the engineering phase, with the car’s construction and release slated for 2022.

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Thursday 15 October 2020

VW places massive order of robots to build ID.4 SUV and ID.BUZZ electric minibus

Volkswagen has confirmed that it placed a massive order for robots to build the ID.4 electric SUV and ID.BUZZ electric minibus.

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Wednesday 14 October 2020

Lucid announces new lower-priced entry-level Air electric sedan

Electric vehicle manufacturer Lucid Motors has announced its “most attainable” Lucid Air yet, with a new entry-level sedan that will start at US$77,400.

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Tuesday 13 October 2020

Mercedes-Benz's new EQC 4x4 Concept would let you off-road on battery power

Mercedes-Benz mid-October showed off a jacked-up version of its EQC electric SUV, one it’d given some massive off-road tires and dubbed the EQC “4×4 Squared” Concept.

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Friday 9 October 2020

Feds, Ontario ante up millions to produce EVs in Ford’s Oakville plant

The federal and Ontario governments promised Thursday to pour hundreds of millions of dollars into an auto plant for the mass production of electric vehicles and the batteries that power them — a plan they said would help the country’s automotive industry stay competitive and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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