ICE-d Out: Nissan to end ICE development in all markets but U.S.

Toronto, Ontario — Nissan and the internal combustion engine have officially parted ways, making the brand the first Japanese automaker to announce a full stop to the development of ICE technology in every market but the U.S. Though the company has already ended gas engine sales in Europe, it will carry on the limited development […]

Friendly Faces: B.C. auto retailers association launches EV confidence initiative

Burnaby, British Columbia — The Automotive Retailers Association of British Columbia (ARA) has announced the launch of EVfriendly, an initiative designed to cultivate a higher degree of confidence in zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) ownership in the province. “The motivation for developing EVfriendly was to help instill greater confidence for consumers who are likely to transition from […]

EV/AV Report: November 8, 2021

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, a B.C.-based developer electrified some classic cars for the SEMA show, Canadian politicians push back on the U.S.’s newly proposed EV incentives and Volvo speaks out at the COP26 climate conference. Old Cars, New Hearts A British Columbia-based EV developer turned a lot of […]