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Infrastructure a key step to EV adoption in Toronto

The race to respond to our changing climate is on. Cities around the world are looking for innovative ways to reduce emissions, leverage new technology and encourage carbon-reducing lifestyles. The City of Toronto is no exception. In 2019, Toronto declared a climate emergency and has since adopted an aggressive target: reaching net zero emissions by […]

Quick charging and the cold

Electric vehicles are not fans of the cold. They don’t travel as far in winter temperatures, plus they need to keep their passengers warm, which uses up more of their battery range. The colder it gets, the more work the battery needs to do. Unlike with gas-powered vehicles, these cars also take longer to charge […]

Enzo Ferrari

From the snow-capped mountains of Friuli, Italy, to the industrial epicentre of Turin, they still talk about the man with the flamboyance and the fiery temper. His presence is still felt in every showroom. His spirit still turns every screwdriver in every Formula One garage. More than three decades after his death in 1988, mention […]

A split decision

The 1963 Sting Ray coupe will forever be remembered as the car that changed the fortunes of the Chevrolet Corvette brand, but not without massive controversy, General Motors infighting and a very prominent and short-lived design feature. In fact, without the changes made for 1963, it’s quite possible that the Corvette would have died. Truth […]

Base Camp: 2022 Toyota Camry

While most car shoppers in Canada are busy tripping all over themselves to buy SUVs and crossover-like vehicles, there is a small – but determined – group which still prefers an old-school four-door sedan as their preferred way in which to ferry the brood. That’s why, even as manufacturers such as Ford exit the car […]

Weekly News Roundup: Honda Invests, VinFast Brings Reservation Rewards, More

Honda to upgrade Alliston plant To help bring production of the next-generation Honda CR-V hybrid to its Alliston, ON, plant, Honda will spend $1.38b over the next six years to upgrade the automaker’s plant there. The investment will help retool to build the 2023 Honda CR-V, including the hybrid model that will come to Canada […]

OVIN Partnering Forum to Include Ford Canada CEO Keynote Speaker

The Ontario Centre of Innovation, a government group with a mandate to help advance, accelerate, and commercialize advanced technologies in the province, is hosting a Partnering Forum to help bring together groups in the fields of smart mobility, EVs, and WinterTech research. The forum will include two keynote speakers, Ford Motor Company of Canada President […]

Five Ways The New Batmobile is Completely Different

The Batman is the darkest, grittiest on-screen interpretation of the classic DC character we’ve ever seen. And yet it’s very unlike the last batch of “dark and gritty” Batman movies. Take for example how the Christopher Nolan films attempted to explain exactly how Batman could be Batman. James Bond-esque exposition scenes suspended our disbelief in […]

REVIEW: 2022 Kia Telluride SX 

When I review a car, I often look at its sales to get a sense of where it ranks both within its own manufacturer lineup and the market segment in which it competes. While sales are obviously an important metric and are helpful for contextualizing a vehicle’s relative market significance, they’re also a bit like […]