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Mazda mulls over making the MX-5 electric
The rumour mill is churning out Mazda news the next-gen MX-5 could get electrified, either partially as a hybrid or fully as a battery powered EV, in the near future.
The key to more even EV ownership between urban and rural areas? Charging infrastructure
Fast-charger rollouts, first in Quebec and now Western Canada, address rural inequities and show the benefits of collaboration between community groups, area businesses and local governments
Innovative city pilot results in permanent dockless e-bike sharing scheme
he City of Bellevue in Washington, a U.S. pioneer of hub-based e-bike sharing, is using a savvy strategy to solve the micro-mobility problem. Here’s what Canadian municipalities can learn from its experience
Reader Review: 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid
Toyota’s 2020 Corolla is all new from top to bottom and front to back. Now in its 12th generation, the Corolla platform first launched way back in 1966. Since then, the car has been a perennial best-seller for Toyota with more than 45 million examples sold worldwide.
GM president: Electric cars won't go mainstream until we fix these problems
The automotive industry is hurtling toward a future that will change transportation the same way electricity changed how we light the world. Electric and self-driving vehicles will alter the automotive landscape forever — it's only a question of how soon.