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Friday 27 July 2018

Where The Electric Vehicle Industry Is Today

In the automotive industry, EV news is front-page news every day. Battery-powered electric vehicles continue to be under development with the occasional release. Yet, EV adoption is still slow, with less than 2 percent of new vehicle sales comprised of electric models. It’s important to note, however, that EV adoption is taking off like never before.

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Tuesday 17 July 2018

Nio EP9 and VW Pikes Peak I.D. R all-electric race cars took over Goodwood with new records

The Goodwood hill climb this weekend was dominated by all-electric vehicles. Nio’s EP9 all-electric hypercar and VW’s Pikes Peak I.D. R all-electric race car took over Goodwood with new records.

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Monday 16 July 2018

Toronto Transit Commission orders 10 electric buses from New Flyer

New Flyer Industries Canada has won an order from the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) for ten forty-foot electric Xcelsior CHARGE transit buses, with an option to purchase up to 30 additional buses over the next two years.

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Monday 16 July 2018

Recharge as you drive: Scalextric-style roads will top-up battery levels of electric vehicles during journeys

  • Wireless charging systems work by a process called electromagnetic induction
  • Electricity passes through a coil of wire inside a pad creating a magnetic field
  • This field transfers electricity to a charging receiver on the underside of the car
  • The scheme could also see these pads installed at service stations and car parks


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Saturday 14 July 2018

The shift to electric cars: Are we there yet?

In Rawdon, the electric car capital of Canada, it took Bourgeois Chevrolet dealership five years to get to the point where electric cars make up 50 per cent of its sales. "Our first customers were people who were very informed about electric car technology", says co-owner Hugo Jeanson. "Today's it's Mr. and Mrs. Everyone coming in to buy."

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