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2022 Leaf and Kona EV price cuts: A taste of what’s to come?
Price parity between electric and combustion vehicles may still be a few years off, but two of Canada’s top-selling EVs just got cheaper — a trend BNEF analyst Corey Cantor says we can start getting used to
GM details Ultium EV motor family, enabling more range without bigger batteries
General Motors on September 22nd, 2021, revealed more about the motors and propulsion systems that will power a generation of Ultium-based electric vehicles.
GM says Chevrolet Bolt EV batteries with new fix now in production
General Motors said on Monday, September 20th, that battery production has resumed for its recalled Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle and that battery replacements will begin next month.
Canada’s transition to electric vehicles depends on many factors, but none rank higher than choice for buyers
Today, the lineup of EVs available to Canadian buyers is growing rapidly. Mainstream legacy automakers, early EV pioneers and emerging startups are rolling out emissions-free electric vehicles in every category — compacts, crossovers, performance cars, SUVs and pickups.
SVEM 2021: Challenge met for the first Consumer Show in Canada
Montreal may have had its first general public show, the sanitary measures, the numerous works around the stadium and the beautiful temperature of this early fall have not melted the enthusiasm of the population of Greater Montreal for vehicles at electric motor skills.