“This time we have a vehicle, we have a design, we have the engineering. It is an evolution of the product and the platform. Project Arrow is more than just about a car. It should be about the entire Canadian movement into the [EV] space,” says Flavio Volpe, president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association […]
Flavio Volpe, President of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association, joins Mike and Lisa to talk about the Arrow 2.0, an all-Canadian electric vehicle.
“Everybody’s very eager to be part of Arrow 2.0. And what we’re really doing is we’re going to try to multiply the success of the first car,” said APMA president Flavio Volpe in an exclusive interview with the Star ahead of Wednesday’s official announcement at the COP28 Climate Conference in Dubai.
The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association is adding not one but several more Arrows to its quiver. APMA President Flavio Volpe calls Project Arrow 2.0 ‘an ecosystem play’.
Flavio Volpe of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association talks with Natasha Fatah of CBC News Network about protests and blockades in Windsor… and efforts bring them to an end.
Canada’s independent Parliamentary Budget Officer’s report was dismissed by Flavio Volpe, an automotive industry analyst. Did Mr. Volpe review the PBO “break-even methodologies” in that office’s September report?
We need a PBO that understands the dynamics of making cars, Canada’s suppliers’ role in the global business, and why the potential for domestic growth and prosperity is important for present and future generations.
“The battery test lab included in the new Stellantis commitment to Windsor often gets overlooked in the shadow of the new (battery) plant,” said Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association president Flavio Volpe.
“An assertive series of strategic moves by Chinese state-owned and controlled interests within the North American automotive market through Mexico … threaten to displace market-driven industry players,” said Flavio Volpe, president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association.
Flavio Volpe, president of Canada’s Automotive Manufacturers’ Parts Association, writes “the issue isn’t just a matter of differing opinions on payback timelines — it cuts deeper, questioning the PBO’s understanding of the automotive industry and the methodology used in the report.”