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2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV earns EPA range rating of 247 miles
The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV has been EPA-rated at 247 miles of range. That's a bit lower than the 250 miles General Motors estimated when the Bolt EUV was unveiled earlier this year.
Volvo C40 vs XC40: What are the differences?
The onslaught of all-electric cars continues apace, with companies in all corners of the automotive market introducing EVs at a rapid clip. Some of this behaviour can certainly be traced to declarations made by countries across the globe committing to a gasoline-free future, some as early as next decade.
Meet the growing contingent of Canadian electric three-wheeled vehicle makers
From Frank Stronach to Daymak to ElectraMeccanica, a string of new and notable Canadian names are investing big money in a bid to build and capture the market for electric three-wheelers. Are buyers ready?
2021 Nissan Leaf Plus range test: Your mileage may vary, but mild weather is a big plus
The figure most commonly attached to any electric vehicle is range. But that single figure can be misleading. The EPA range number isn’t able to fully communicate how useful an electric vehicle might be to a commuter, or to a family’s needs.
Learning to drive? Canada’s electric vehicle driving schools are growing
From a provincially funded two-year pilot with 30 driving schools in Quebec, to instructors in Nova Scotia, B.C. and Ontario — across the country students are learning to drive in electric cars