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Volkswagen weighs Foxconn partnership to aid American EV push
Volkswagen AG may tap Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group to make electric pickups and sport utility vehicles in the U.S., according to a person familiar with the matter, as the German carmaker weighs partnerships to support its North American expansion.
Good car, great bargain: The 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EUV
The Chevrolet Bolt doesn't get enough respect. After early experiments like the hand-built EV1 and the limited-run Spark EV, the Bolt was General Motors' first mass-produced battery electric vehicle, beating Tesla's Model 3 to the market and boasting a sub-$40,000 price tag when it launched in 2017.
Return of VW e-Golf possible after EV flagship delay
A delay for Volkswagen's Project Trinity EV flagship could mean a return of the VW e-Golf, according to a recent from German newspaper Handelsblatt (Automotive News Europe).
These 5 vehicles need an EV variant
Over the next few years, Canadian drivers should expect to see the number of all-electric vehicles on our roads grow at an exponential rate.
Test drive: 2022 Toyota Prius leads with the mpg numbers
The hybrid-vehicle landscape is changing quickly. The Prius lineup did get a Prius AWD-e all-wheel-drive version and a much better Prius Prime plug-in hybrid in its current and outgoing version, but it remains a pared-down family, with the Prius C and Prius V long gone.