Dave Waddell, Windsor Star August 12, 2021 “In a nutshell, without (the $5-million in funding) the project doesn’t get completed,” said APMA’s Chief Technical Officer Colin Singh Dhillon. “This really covers from helping designing the vehicle to helping us showcase it.” Read article here.
Brian Makse, Hagerty April 2, 2021 What the Avro Arrow did for Canadians in the 1950s, Canada’s APMA wants to do today with Project Arrow. Given the APMA’s position within the industry, they’ve challenged Canadian companies to develop a home-grown, cutting-edge, production-ready, alternative-fuel vehicle. Read the full piece here.
Doug Firby, Special to The Globe and Mail February 23, 2021 As much as having “world cars” – built on common platforms for markets everywhere – makes economic sense, there is one big drawback: None is designed specifically for the extremes of Canada. The world car, in other words, will always be a compromise in […]
Paul Haavardsrud, Cost of Living on CBC February 7, 2021 A year ago, Canada wasn’t assembling or making any electric cars; a concern for an industry worth $19 billion to our country’s economy. Fast forward to 2021 and Canadian-assembled electric vehicle are on the shopping list for all of the Detroit Big 3. APMA’s Flavio […]
Ian Wright, CarBuzz January 18, 2021 The call has gone out at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year for suppliers to help build an all Canadian EV. The futuristic car in question is the winning design for a competition set by Canada’s Automobile Parts Manufacturers’ Association to design a national EV concept. It was […]
In early 2020, a pandemic gripped the world. The APMA knew that its Members had the capacity to help out.