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Where are the exhibitors at MEVS 2022?
By clicking on this link, you will discover the map of MEVS 2022. It is an interactive map, that is to say that by moving your cursor over each booth number, you will discover the name of the exhibitor who retained it. This plan is also available in the Official SVEM 2022 Guide (in French) at the time the guide was sent to the printer.
MEVS: Three days opportunity to see, test, analyze and compare
The Montreal Electric Vehicule Shot means three-day show provides a great opportunity for all to see, test, analyze and compare the newest products in the field of electric mobility, as well as the latest technological innovations pushing the industry forward.
First Drive: 2023 Toyota BZ4X
On paper, Toyota’s new BZ4X is hardly a revolution. Peruse its spec sheet and one can’t help but notice that, technologically, Toyota is breaking no new ground here.
Auto CEOs and Biden administration officials call for charging interoperability
he White House recently held a virtual meeting with representatives of most of the major automakers to discuss electric vehicles and charging. According to Reuters, senior Biden administration officials and automotive leaders agreed on the importance of interoperability for charging infrastructure.
2023 Nissan Leaf gets design makeover, simplified lineup, up to 215-mile range
With the Ariya electric crossover almost here, last year Nissan gave the Nissan Leaf a price cut of more than $4,000—making it the cheapest electric vehicle on the U.S. market.