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Ford’s F-150 Lightning Wins 2023 North American Truck Of The Year
The Ford F-150 Lightning is charging into the new year as the North American Truck of the Year. This is the latest award in the electric truck’s trophy case and marks the third straight NACTOY Truck of the Year award for Ford.
Ram may add ‘range-extender’ to EV pickup
Lost in the hype of last week’s Ram 1500 Revolution all-electric truck reveal was the admission by top brass that the pickup is likely to be offered with an internal-combustion range-extender as an optional powertrain at some point in its life-cycle.
Chevy teases 2024 AWD Corvette E-Ray, NYC reveal slated next week
Chevrolet posted a teaser of the upcoming “Electrified” Corvette E-Ray complete with internal combustion engine revving noises and silent EV “stealth” driving, side-by-side.
Curtain lifts on Project Arrow, “Canada’s Car,” in Las Vegas at CES 2023
The global spotlight is shining on Project Arrow as the completed electric vehicle prototype debuted at CES 2023, cementing its status as a calling card for made-in-Canada automotive expertise.
Mercedes-Benz announces “high power” North American charging network
Starting in Canada and the U.S., the German automaker will build out an EV fast-charging network with over 400 stations and plans to expand its network to over 10,000 350 kW chargers worldwide by 2030.