Windsor, Ontario – The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) will showcase a prototype of the famous Project Arrow prototype at its annual conference on Oct. 19, the first look at the world’s first all-Canadian electric vehicle.
On Oct. 5, Flavio Volpe, president of the APMA tweeted “we are sneak peaking our #ProjectArrow prototype build at the APMA Canada Annual Conf Oct. 19 in Windsor.”
Rather than a prototype for a future production vehicle, this concept vehicle is intended as a business card to showcase the capabilities of the Canadian auto industry. A demonstration project to showcase automotive innovation outside Detroit said Volpe.
According to APMA Canada, the conference brings industry leaders, decision-makers and innovators across the world to connect with others in the automotive community and attract investment into the Windsor Essex region.
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“Project Arrow is currently in the build phase. 3D-printed chassis, promoting lightweighting and sustainability.” said APMA’s chief technical officer, Colin Singh Dhillon in a Twitter post.
“This is more than a concept car.”
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