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Audi's forthcoming electric range will be built on the backs of these four platforms
Audi is on a power surge that will see 30 new electrified rides launched by 2025. Ten will be plug-in hybrids like the upcoming Q5, A7 and A8 vehicles.
Tesla acquires Canadian battery specialist, Hibar Systems
Ontario-based company brings specialist battery manufacturing expertise to global EV giant amid talk of “Tesla’s secret battery lab”.
This Dalhousie University research engineer turned his 1971 Triumph Spitfire electric
Working in Dal's Renewable Energy Storage Lab has some benefits — especially if you're looking to convert your classic to an EV
It’s election season and we’re being promised even more electric vehicles
Lord have mercy, we’re heading to the polls — and what a beggar’s banquet we have to choose from. Justin Trudeau’s failings hardly need more amplification, those waiting for Andrew Scheer to “get comfortable in his role” would appear to have a good deal longer to wait, and just how did Jagmeet Singh get outflanked by both the Liberals and the Greens? Then there’s Elizabeth May’s phantasms and Maxime Bernier, the only man seemingly less suited to politics than Yours Truly. A seemingly rag-tag bunch, to say the least.
Electrify Canada commits to 32 charging stations in 2020, launches Canadian app
Drivers of all types of electric cars will be able to use Volkswagen Group’s emerging network of charging stations at sites across Canada