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Pierre Karl Peladeau, jilted drivers consider potential resurrection of Teo Taxi
The head of media conglomerate Quebecor Inc. has confirmed his personal financial interest in restarting insolvent electric transportation firm Teo Taxi, provided that certain rules about the industry are changed.
Choose A Plug-In Vehicle That Meets Your Needs – 2019 Edition
The brochure’s 2019 edition titled “Choose a Plug-In Vehicle That Meets Your Needs” is now available. The printed version will be available at various test events or shows, such as the recent Montréal Auto Show where several thousand copies were distributed.
VW buggy, Porsche 911 Hybrid, Shell chargers, Tesla profits: Today's Car News
Tesla reported profits, and revealed new model lineups for its Model S and Model X—and another price cut. Volkswagen announced it will build a concept electric dune buggy for the Geneva auto show.
Greyp has a new high tech electric bicycle coming with mysterious dual cameras
Greyp is the high-end electric bicycle company owned by Rimac Automobili. The Croatian electric supercar manufacturer is no stranger to extreme engineering, and their Greyp electric bicycles follow the same high performance (and high cost) design ethos.
End of the road: Téo Taxi closes shop, fires 460 drivers
Launched with great fanfare and lots of promise three years ago, the city’s electric taxi company says it will cease operations.