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Canadian EV owners report on charging infrastructure
When it comes to electric vehicles, consumers are probably sick of hearing that the infrastructure just isn’t there yet. Or that it’s sorta there. Or that it’s nearly there. Or that it will be there.
Jeep shows off official pics of electric 2025 Wagoneer S
Stellantis is putting in a plug for its electric vehicles (EVs) with the unveiling of the all-new Jeep Wagoneer S, which will be powered strictly by battery. When it launches later in 2024, it will be the automaker’s first global battery-electric vehicle.
After ditching its hybrids, GM says it needs to build more hybrids
In 2020, General Motors went all-in on its Ultium battery platform and battery-electric vehicles to meet future energy and pollution regulations. By that time, it had already killed the Chevrolet Volt and its highly efficient plug-in hybrid powertrain. Now, it's time to bring back the PHEV, according to GM CEO Mary Barra.
The fastest charging electric cars
When charging an electric car, bigger doesn’t always mean better. As a general rule of thumb, a car that can charge at speeds of up to 270kW can add around 120 miles of range in around 10 minutes.
New Tesla model, codenamed 'Redwood,' coming 2025
For a variety of reasons, not the least of which is an outsized sales volume compared to its competitors, the Tesla brand is all but synonymous with electric vehicles in the minds of some Canadian consumers.