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Ford posts strong results, promises big bet on electric and self-driving cars
Ford reported surprisingly good financial results at the end of a tough year, and said it was increasing its commitment to vehicles of the future with a big bet on electric and autonomous driving vehicles.
MEVS and QEVS postponed later in 2021
Due to the current health situation, the events that were originally scheduled to take place from April 23 to 25, 2021 in Montreal and from May 14 to 16, 2021 in Quebec, will unfortunately be postponed for a few months. The ever-present covid-19 pandemic is forcing us to postpone both events to early summer or fall depending on how the situation evolves.
Automakers are going green to save money, not just the planet
Virtually all of the world's major automakers are shifting to an all-electric future — and that's as much about the bottom line as it is the environment.
Oil companies buying up EV charging networks: Shell acquires ubitricity
The European oil giants Total, BP and Shell have been buying up assets all along the EV charging value chain. The latest news is that Shell has agreed to buy 100% of the European charging network ubitricity.
EVs are so heavy Continental had to invent a new weight rating for its tires
Modern cars are, as you may know, pretty massive and heavy, and they’re not going to get any smaller or lighter. As we move further and further into electrified vehicles, we’re only going to see curb weights increase.