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2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 First Drive Review: Streamline Into My Heart

Hyundai’s all-electric sedan has looks that will divide, but 382 miles of range means this is an EV that could be easy to love.... Read More

Canada outlines progress on its green government fleet strategy on the world stage

This week the Canadian government told a gathering of 60 countries how it is taking meaningful steps to reduce the carbon footprint of its fleet... Read More

Compare Electric Cars: EV Range, Specs, Pricing & More

Which electric car is the cheapest? What sort of range should I expect from a certain car?... Read More

2024 Volkswagen ID. Buzz First Drive Review: The New New Beetle

It takes about 30 seconds of silently gliding along the streets and past the cyclists of Copenhagen, Denmark in the Volkswagen ID. Buzz to realize... Read More

CATL and Ford announce Global Strategic Cooperation to promote EVs worldwide

NINGDE, China, July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited (“CATL”) and Ford Motor Company (“Ford”) today announced a non-binding MOU outlining Global Strategic Cooperation including supplying... Read More

Chevrolet Blazer EV reservations open in Canada with $51,998 starting price tag, up to 515 km range

General Motors unveiled the price, specs and features of its Chevrolet Blazer electric vehicle this week and the SUV is now ready for pre-order across... Read More

Quebec project to be North America’s first lithium spodumene producer after $98-million restart

Sayona Quebec, a joint venture between Australian lithium producer Sayona Mining and U.S.-based Piedmont Lithium, is set to restart operations at its North American Lithium... Read More

Hyundai’s First Electric N Model to be Unveiled Next Week

Over the past few years, Hyundai has put a lot of emphasis on its new lineup of sporty N Line and high-performance N models. It’s kind of... Read More

Videotron adding 100 Ford E-Transit electric vans to its fleet this summer

Videotron, a Quebec-based subsidiary of media conglomerate Quebecor and one of Quebec’s most well known telecommunication companies, has announced it is adding 100 new Ford... Read More

Canada Post unveils plan to convert half its 14,000 last-mile vehicle fleet to zero-emission by 2030, the rest by 2040

Canada Post is joining the transition to zero-emission vehicles, making a public $1-billion commitment this morning to reduce its environmental footprint, including transforming its 14,000-vehicle... Read More
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