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Challenge met for the second SVEQ!
The second edition of the Quebec Electric Vehicle Show, presented by iA Services to dealers and co-produced by Mobilis Corporation and the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show was a great success. In total, more than 9,173 people walked through the doors of ExpoCité to learn, try and compare everything related to the electrification of transportation.
Ford Mustang Mach-E Gets More Usable Battery and Range For 2022
The 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E will have some notable changes for the new model year, and we know when production starts thanks to a member from the Mach-E Forum who posted the electric SUV’s 2022 order guide. The entire guide can be viewed below.
First Look: 2022 Genesis GV60
The Genesis brand was only itself invented six years ago, and here it goes reinventing itself already. Alongside the launch of its first-ever electric vehicle, the 2022 Genesis GV60, the brand outlined its intention to become a 100-per-cent zero-emission company by 2030.
Elon Musk: ‘This will be Tesla’s most intense delivery week ever’
Elon Musk said that this week will be Tesla’s (TSLA) “most intense delivery week ever” in a new email to employees.
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