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The most affordable hybrids that will save you money
Electrification, thanks to Tesla and Toyota, has become mainstream. What was once futuristic and Jetsonian — i.e. the incredibly awkward Honda Insight of the 1999 — has now become commonplace — as in the goofy, bulbous profile of the Prius. Instead of being asked “Why did you buy a hybrid?” you’re now more likely to be pressed as to why you didn’t. In other words, what was once unique has become conventional.
Parks Canada bringing EV charging to parks, historic sites
Drivers of all makes of electric cars are set to benefit as agreement with Tesla fulfills earlier pledge by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna to put chargers in all national parks reachable by car
Taiga Motors eyes global market with Quebec-made electric personal watercraft
Deliveries of Taiga’s Orca start in 2020, alongside its electric snowmobiles, making Taiga a pacesetter in bringing electric propulsion to these recreational outdoor markets
Sun sets on Chevy Malibu Hybrid sedan for 2020, model discontinued
Slow sales and a shrinking market for sedans have effectively shelved the Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid sedan—the last model from General Motors to use hybrid-system components from the much-loved Chevy Volt.
Why a VW electric crossover is coming before its Microbus revival
Scott Keogh has been at his post as CEO of Volkswagen Group of America for less than a year, and yet when asked about the timing of VW’s electric Microbus revival and why it arrives later, in 2022, his answer sounds entirely second-nature.