EV/AV Report: July 25, 2022

Toronto, Ontario — In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicles report, Tesla hits a self-driving milestone after settling in a German lawsuit, Ford and Baidu unveil autonomous cars without steering wheels and a Deloitte report suggests that tomorrow’s cars are vulnerable to hacking attacks – who knew? Clocked In Tesla celebrates 35 million miles driven […]

EV/AV Report: November 1, 2021

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, the British Columbia government is hoping to spur EV adoption with the Go Electric EV Charger Rebate program, a Quebec car meetup broke a world record and Ontarians are starting to come around on electrification in a big way. High-Rise, High-Voltage The government of […]

The Autonomous Report: Why Mazda CEO believes ‘driving pleasure should never die’

Masahiro Moro, President and CEO of Mazda North American Operations, said in a recent interview, “Mazda’s vision of autonomous driving is not bringing you from A to B while you are reading. That’s not Mazda’s way.”

Toronto, Ontario — April 22, 2017 — This week’s Autonomous Report looks at why Duncan Stewart of Deloitte thinks autonomous vehicles (AVs) may make us “lazy, bored and inattentive,” how Mazda brings a different perspective to self-driving cars, more highlights from the second annual Canadian conference on autonomous vehicles and much, much more! – The […]

The Autonomous Report: Asleep at the wheel and insuring a mobile future

Video surfaced online recently of a Tesla driver who appears to be asleep at the wheel. You can see the video in the player below.

By Jeff Sanford Toronto, Ontario — May 29, 2016 — This week we take a look at how Tesla’s new Autopilot mode is being used in ways the automaker didn’t intend, and a new report from Deloitte that outlines some of the upcoming impacts on the auto insurance industry. There is an ongoing debate about […]