Electric Mobility Solutions at the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show

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The 6th edition of the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show will be held until April 23 at the Olympic Stadium.
Taking advantage of the Show, Polestar invited specialized journalists to the presentation of its Roadster, which will be launched in 2026.
The ID. Buzz from Volkswagen, scheduled for 2024, attracted a lot of attention.
NAPA's Nexdrive team explained this program that will allow motorists to have their EVs serviced at independent shops.
Wilson Almeida, Sophie St-Pierre and Steve Bujold of the Del Vasto Group spoke about the Electric Check program for the shops in their network.
The Pièces d’autos Super team also talked about electrification with its connected workshops.
The Point S team had invited Pirelli representatives to talk to visitors about tires specific to electric vehicles.
For Ricardo Chan of Hyundai, the highlight of the booth was undoubtedly the new IONIQ 6.
Valérie Lalonde of Kia presented her favorite, the high-performance EV6 GT.
Audi was showcasing this e-tron Sportback 55.
Subaru's first 100% electric car, the Solterra, which comes in three versions, is currently being delivered to dealerships, confirmed Sébastien Lavoie.
Philippe Crowe of Toyota, presented the 100% electric bz4x with a range of 405 kilometers.
Lucid's Sasha Hagen and Dave Buchko in front of the Air Grand Touring, a high-end all-electric car with an impressive maximum range of 830 kilometers.
The success of the Ford Mach E cannot be ignored.
Production of the Equinox EV will begin shortly and it is expected to be introduced early next year.
Cadillac's Lyriq illustrated the electric shift of the prestigious American carmaker's brand.
At Mitsubishi, Steve Howard explained that the new Outlander PHEV counts on an electric range of 62 to 78 kilometers depending on the version.
Yves Duplessis et Réal Côté étaient à BEQ pour démystifier les bornes de recharge.
Chez Ve Recharge, Jean-Pierre Sigouin a expliqué que la vente de borne était liée à un partenariat avec des électriciens pour l’installation.
At the Nissan booth, visitors could learn more about the Ariya, whose Venture + version has a range of 490 kilometers.
Photos Michel Beaunoyer

The 6th edition of the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show, the largest in North America in its category, takes place at the Olympic Stadium until April 23.

With 125 exhibitors and representatives of 20 brands of electric and hybrid cars, the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show is the largest in North America, demonstrating the great interest of Quebecers for this form of mobility.

This edition of the Show illustrates the undeniable acceleration of the green shift by automakers serving the Quebec market in electric vehicles.

This increasingly varied selection is combined with a significant improvement in performance, particularly in terms of autonomy.

Although delays in the delivery of new vehicles in all categories are still common, several representatives of the car manufacturers present at the event told us that the situation has improved significantly.

Generally, the wait would be shorter for luxury vehicles compared to the more in-demand entry-level versions.

In addition to several new products, the Show offered visitors the chance to book a road test of a number of vehicles.

In fact, around EV 5,000 road tests were planned when Autosphere visited the show at the Olympic Stadium.


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