The EV revolution is an opportunity to close a critical industry knowledge gap about accessible vehicles. Why aren’t more OEMs taking advantage?

As the auto industry retools to become EV-centric, it has the chance to improve the driving experience for the over six million Canadians living with disabilities — but most OEMs don’t have an accessibility plan in place

EXCLUSIVE: Tesla files more public documents about a potential Canadian factory, as clues emerge as to what it might make

For the second time this month, Electric Autonomy Canada can report that new Tesla lobbyist registry documents show the automaker is in formal manufacturing talks — this time with the federal government. But what kind of factory is on its mind? Batteries? Vehicles? Or something else in its supply chain?

VW, Mercedes sign MOUs with Canada to secure battery minerals supply, hint at more value-added news to come

The twin Memorandums of Understanding signed today in Toronto cement the status of Volkswagen’s newly created battery company PowerCo as a force to watch on the market, while Mercedes indicates unprecedented interest in its Canadian activities

EV Technology Group is quietly making international waves out of its Canadian headquarters

Within its first year of business, Canada’s EV Technology Group set up shop in Toronto, purchased the iconic MOKE brand and launched new electric vehicle manufacturing facilities and R & D hubs in the U.K. to support its goals of creating a portfolio of electric luxury auto brands

Zero-emission vehicle registrations in Canada drop to 7.5 per cent in second quarter of 2022

After a booming first quarter that saw battery-electric and plug-in hybrids take a record 8.3 per cent share of new vehicle registrations in Canada, data from S&P Global Mobility shows a pullback in Q2, though year-over-year growth is still strong

EXCLUSIVE: Tesla’s latest Ontario lobby activity could indicate a Tesla factory is coming to Canada

CEO Elon Musk has hinted heavily, as recently as Telsa’s Aug. 4 annual meeting, that it is considering Canada as a destination for a new manufacturing facility. But public documents filed in Ontario in July are the first concrete evidence of Tesla’s interest in either an industrial or “advanced manufacturing facility”