Project Arrow is a Canadian initiative to combine the automotive sector's leading talent, technology and industry minds into one all-electric, zero emission concept vehicle.
Conceived and led by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association (APMA), Project Arrow serves as a real-world model and international showcase demonstrating Canadian ambition, innovation and achievements in sustainable and connected automotive technology.
Read the articles below for the latest Project Arrow news and initiatives.
Project Arrow spotlights Durham Region’s auto sector potential
Ontario’s Durham Region is building out one of the most robust auto manufacturing ecosystems. Project Arrow is the area’s proof of concept from R&D to final assembly and everything in between
While the original Project Arrow vehicle heads into the final stages of assembly, its spirit is now serving as an inspiration to post-secondary students across Canada in an annual challenge to imagine the vehicle of the future, this time with accessibility in mind
Project Arrow and the final mile: the APMA’s Flavio Volpe says Canada’s own electric car is nearly here
At the end of 2022 the real life prototype of the Project Arrow vehicle will be unveiled to the world. In an exclusive interview, one of the project’s core leaders recaps the journey and sets the record straight on future plans
APMA unveils winning design for Project Arrow, an all-Canadian concept EV
The collaborative project, launched by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association to showcase Canadian expertise, now moves to the engineering phase, with the car’s construction and release slated for 2022
Project Arrow gaining traction in bid to showcase Canadian EV production capability
In an exclusive video interview, APMA CTO Colin Singh Dhillon explains how the all-Canadian concept EV project is unfolding — with three finalists selected — as a proving ground for Canada’s domestic battery and EV supply chain