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Tuesday 9 March 2021

Aston Martin reveals it's plotting an electric SUV and sports car

Aston Martin is planning to build a new electric SUV and sports car, perhaps tapping Mercedes-Benz for a suitable platform, the marque’s chairman said early March.

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Monday 8 March 2021

GMC's Hummer EV brand adding SUV to its lineup on April 3

In what’s surely one of automotive’s worst-kept secrets, GMC has announced there will be an SUV variant of the upcoming Hummer EV pickup truck. It’ll bow during an online event on April 3.

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Friday 5 March 2021

Rivian Adventure Network may offer 300 kW of charging power

Rivian is targeting the sporty set with its upcoming R1T pickup truck and R1S SUV. The company understands the importance of public charging infrastructure, and it plans to roll out its own network—one that will cater to its target demographic.

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Wednesday 3 March 2021

Volkswagen and GM take on Tesla with new compact electric SUVs

After years of saying it would happen, major automakers are finally coming out with more affordable electric vehicles for regular people.

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Monday 1 March 2021

Most Canadians plan to buy an electrified vehicle, study shows

If you’re like the majority of Canadians, your next new vehicle is likely going to have some form of electrification.

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