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  1. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    North Surrey Supercharger now open [British Columbia] Tesla owners in Surrey have their first V3 Supercharger after a new station opened today at the Guildford Village Shopping Centre. The new 12-stall Supercharger station is located in the underground parking garage under the Save On Foods...
  2. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    First North American Hyundai IONIQ 5 delivery takes place in California Hyundai has announced the first customer delivery of the IONIQ 5 in North America. In a press release, the automaker says Yaron Alfi was the lucky customer, who took delivery on December 15, 2021 in Los Angeles. Hyundai...
  3. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla delays Model S and Model X deliveries outside North America, stops taking new orders Tesla has announced some bad news for Model S and Model X customers outside of North America. In an email sent to existing reservation holders this morning, the automaker has announced a delay in the...
  4. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Toyota to build $1.29 billion EV battery plant in North Carolina Toyota announced today that they are building a new $1.29 billion EV battery plant in North Carolina. Located near Greensboro, North Carolina, the plant will produce enough lithium-ion batteries for 200,000 EV vehicles. The...
  5. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Mazda reports fewer MX-30 sales in North America than its 161km range Earlier this year Mazda excited their fans by announcing the all-electric MX-30. That excitement quickly faded when they saw the EVs range - a paltry 161km (100 miles). While the figure might have been impressive a decade...
  6. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla CCS adapter activated in North America with 2021.40.6 software update Tesla released a new CCS adapter last month, but it was limited to owners in the South Korean market. Eager to have another option to charge their vehicles, several owners were able to bring the adapter to Canada and...
  7. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    North America's northernmost Supercharger now open in Soldotna, Alaska The day Tesla owners in Alaska have been waiting years for has finally arrived. Tesla has opened the state's first Supercharger in the city of Soldotna. Not only is it the first Supercharger in Alaska, it is also the...
  8. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    North Judson, Indiana considering purchasing Teslas for their police department The North Judson Police Department in Indiana could soon be joining the ranks of other PDs across the U.S. with Tesla cruisers. According to a report from local media, North Judson Town Council are doing their due...
  9. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    New Model S/X orders in North America see delivery wait times extend to March 2023 Tesla has made a change to its website tonight to update the estimated delivery wait times for the Model S and Model X, and it is not good news if you were planning on placing an order soon. According to the...
  10. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla Model Y sold out for 2021 in North America If you were hoping to get your hands on a Tesla Model Y this year, you are probably out of luck. Demand for the electric SUV is so high, Tesla's remaining production for 2021 is now sold out in North America. After raising prices yet again last...
  11. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    North Vancouver Supercharger expansion underway, scheduled to open next week Tesla opened a brand new Supercharger station in North Vancouver this summer. With the one of the highest rates of EV adoption in North America, most of those being Teslas, the 8-stall Supercharger was frequently at...
  12. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    North Battleford Supercharger now open [Saskatchewan] Saskatachewan is now home to eight Superchargers, after the new station in North Battleford was powered up yesterday. The new North Battleford Supercharger is located at the Discovery Co-op Mall at 9800 Territorial Dr. Construction began in...
  13. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Mercedes-Benz EQC EV crossover will actually come to Canada, but in 2025 According to reports in Automotive News, the new Mercedes-Benz EQC will not arrive in Canada or the U.S. until around 2025. Initially, the manufacturer was planning a 2020 launch. However, following a comprehensive review...
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