Electrifying the SUV
Two 2018 Honda Clarity vehicles will be available for public test drives at the Electric Vehicle Discovery Centre in Markham.
The world's first road-legal, 48-volt, low-voltage electric vehicle powered by nanoFlowcell can accelerate the electric sports car from zero to 100 km/h in 2.4 seconds
Kia says its Niro EV can deliver a range of more than 450 km with spaciousness and comfort.
It’s possible now, but by the end of this year it will be much easier.
Representing the next step in I Infiniti design, the Q Inspiration features clear and concise lines with dynamic and confident proportions.
The Concept iX3, shown in Beijing, gives a glimpse into the future of BMW vehicle electrification.
It looks like an everyday school bus, but the eLionC is all-electric with a composite body and a range of up to 255 km.
EV drivers are a unique breed, displaying a unique passion for their cars, so much so that Nissan couldn’t build enough Leafs last year to satiate the market.
Genesis says its Essentia Concept shown at the New York International Auto Show is the most connected car in the world.
Jaguar has unveiled the all-electric I-Pace in live global webcast. It features a 90 kWh lithium-ion battery delivers an estimated 240 mile all-electric range.
The I.D. Vizzion concept to be revealed in Geneva is the latest step towards VW having 20 production all-electric vehicles on the road by 2025.
With a total of 40 reveals on the schedule, Media Preview Day for the 2018 International AutoShow reaffirms Toronto as the leader for automotive debuts in Canada.
Prior to its debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, the Jaguar I-Pace all-electric concept was tested in Sweden at minus 40-F.
The BMW i3 will be one of 10 electric vehicles available to test drive by the public at the Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto from February 16-25.
The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) now coming to Canada is the largest selling plug-in SUV in the world.
These shows continue to attract huge audiences, as manufacturers embrace new technologies shaping the auto industry, Larry Lantz writes.
Kia will stage the world debut of an all-electric concept car at this week’s CES Show in Las Vegas.
The main drag of Fifth Ave. is the place to be to see every exotic car you can imagine
Byton is backed by Chinese investors with global headquarters and a R&D centre in Nanjing, China. Byton executives prefer to call the car an Smart Intuitive Vehicle (SIV) and not SUV.
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