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Project Arrow finalists chosen in all-Canadian ZEV competition

Greg Layson, Automotive News Canada

The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association has chosen three finalists for its Project Arrow design competition, a program aimed at building an all-Canadian zero-emissions vehicle as a way to showcase the country’s auto industry.

The trio of finalists was chosen from nine submissions made in the spring. They are:

  • The Sea to Sky Electric’s E-Nova, submitted by Marie-Pier Alary and Bailee van Rikxoort from the Wilson School of Design at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Richmond, B.C.;
  • The Archer, submitted by Stephen Bykowy of Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning in Toronto;
  • And the Traction, submitted by Kaj Hallgrimsson, Jun-Won Kim, Mina Morcos and Matthew Schuetz at Carleton University in Ottawa.

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