Adam Malik, Auto Service World August 19, 2021 The federal government announced $5 million for a project slotted to be a Canadian-made zero emission concept vehicle. Dubbed Project Arrow, it’s being overseen by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association. Read article here.
Sebastien Bell, CarScoops August 13, 2021 Canada’s Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) is investing $5 million CAD ($3.9 million USD) in Project Arrow, the first electric vehicle concept designed and built in Canada. Read article here.
Dina Al-Shibeeb, Toronto Star August 13, 2021 King-Vaughan MP Deb Schulte has announced Wednesday, Aug. 11 morning that FedDev Ontario is providing $5 million to help build the “first Canadian-made, zero-emission” vehicle. Read article here.
Cate Lawrence, The Next Web News August 12, 2021 Canada grants $5M to create zero-emission autonomous vehicles. Project Arrow is the collective effort of industry partners and University students working together to design, engineer, and build a connected and autonomous zero-emissions vehicle concept car. Read article here.
Greg Layson, Automotive News Canada August 12, 2021 Both the APMA and the federal government think Project Arrow will lead the transformation of Canada’s automotive sector from traditional gasoline powered vehicle development to the creation of EV vehicles. Watch here (@3:10).
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.
Emma Jarratt, Electric Autonomy Canada August 12, 2021 Project Arrow, a zero-emission Canadian concept car development project spearheaded by the Automotive Parts and Manufacturers’ Association, received a major boost Wednesday with a $5-million non-repayable infusion from the federal government. Read article here.
EP&T Magazine August 11, 2021 Honourable Deb Schulte, Minister of Seniors and Member of Parliament for King–Vaughan, announced a $5-million FedDev Ontario investment in the APMA to support Project Arrow, the automotive industry’s first Canadian-made, zero-emission concept vehicle. Read article here.
Collision Repair Magazine August 11, 2021 “This lighthouse project is highlighting hundreds of advanced technology companies around the world and will serve as the calling card for the next generation of leadership in Canadian zero-emissions mobility”, said Flavio Volpe, president of the APMA. Read article here.
Maureen Revait, Blackburn News August 11, 2021 The creation of Canada’s first zero-emissions concept vehicle got a boost of funding Wednesday. FedDev Ontario is investing $5-million in the APMA’s Project Arrow. Read article here.