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A six-month road test has shown that a new tire compound, enhanced with graphite-based grapheme technology, has better durability than conventional tires.  Gratomic Inc.  a...
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Electric vehicles (EVs) are increasingly turning the heads of Canadian consumers and energy company executives, and new EY research shows that rapid adoption could mean as many as 13.2...
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Toronto City Council has approved the Automated Vehicles (AV) Tactical Plan and Readiness 2022 report. This is the first comprehensive plan of its kind for a North American city. The...
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Hyundai's blind spot monitor and the Porsche Taycan's 800-volt charging architecture have won innovation awards from AJAC, the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada.  Hyundai...
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Truckers looking for freight to carry across Canada will now be able to find customers using Uber, which has launched a new trucking app. Announced Wednesday, Uber’s Trucking service,...
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Peugeot (PSA) and Fiat Chrysler (FCA) have confirmed their intention to merge in what would be a 50-50 share swap and create the world’s fourth-largest automaker. The new company’s...
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In a statement made on Wednesday, General Motor’s President Mark Reuss will now oversee North America, South America, China and international regions. Reuss, who was named president in...
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For more than a decade, the death of car ownership has been the message from transportation companies. In 2011, car sharing company Zipcar released an independent study that claimed...
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Ram Truck has won the Innovation Award from the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC). The AJAC Innovation awards presented by the Canadian International AutoShow was...
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Major automakers are siding with the Trump administration in its bid to bar California from setting its own fuel efficiency rules or zero-emission requirements for vehicles. The move...
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