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Electric vehicle sales growing, but supply, lack of knowledge remain barriers
Sticker shock and a limited selection are two main factors that discourage more Canadians from buying an electric vehicle, a new survey of car sales representatives suggests — two issues sure to be front and centre when Ottawa unveils its new electric car strategy later this year.
Saudi investment fund reportedly wants stake in Lucid Motors
The Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund may be planning to buy a stake in potential Tesla rival Lucid Motors, according to a Reuters report.
Volvo brings a Tesla Model 3 to Sweden, presumably to benchmark and reverse-engineer
The Tesla Model 3 is having a major impact on the automotive market. Some established automakers are taking it very seriously and getting their hands on the vehicle for benchmarking and reverse-engineering.
Hungarian company Narke introduced an all-electric jet ski
But it says it's not a jet ski, but rather the Electrojet. It’s quiet, emission-free and provides a ton of fun.
It’s official: Electric bicycle prices rising in the US as the Trump Administration approves 25% tariff on Chinese e-bike imports
Ever since the Trump administration began its trade war with China, electric bicycle importers have been nervous about what it would spell for the e-bike industry. In June those fears were realized when the United States Trade Representative published a list of 284 categories of products covering over $16 billion in trade which were all tentatively scheduled to receive 25% tariffs.