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First Cadillac Lyriq will arrive in Canada in fall 2022 with a $69,898 starting price
Cadillac’s much-awaited Lyriq electric crossover will be ready for pre-orders May 19 and starts at less than what most gasoline-powered competitors cost.
Municipalities look to electrify niche public works vehicles to achieve zero-emission city fleets
From waste and recycling trucks to ice resurfacers and snowplows, cities across Canada are beginning to convert a range of municipal works vehicles to zero-emission.
Review: 2023 Genesis GV60 EV is trimmed down and boosted up the luxury ladder from Ioniq 5
Genesis has spent the past few years putting new platforms under its gas vehicles to give the still new-ish luxury brand some needed differentiation from its Hyundai roots.
Challenge met for the third QVES!
The third edition of the Quebec Electric Vehicle Show, presented by iA Dealer Services in collaboration with Scotiabank was a great success. In total, more than 9,346 people walked through the doors of ExpoCité to learn, try and compare everything related to the electrification of transportation.
Fully electric RVs are coming—with steeper range and charging challenges than electric cars
The pending onslaught of electric trucks and SUVs—already underway with the Rivian R1T and R1S, and the Ford F-150 Lightning—has people thinking about emissions-free camping and RV life as something viable in the near future.