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PROJECT ARROW THE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION OF CANADA that support the opportunity for the growth of zero-emission, EV manufacturing. The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) of Canada launched the first, original, full-build, zero-emission concept vehicle named Project Arrow.
Canada’s Project Arrow EV Benchmarked Against Tesla, Volkswagen.
And Canada is uniquely positioned to lead the way. The country is home to a strong automotive sector, has an abundance of the minerals required for battery production, and boasts the most advanced electric vehicle EV tech clusters outside Silicon Valley.
Project Arrow , the all-Canadian, zero-emissions EV is the daring proof of that position, at once a template for the EV industry and a bid for global leadership. An increasingly rapid shift towards EVs is seen as essential to limiting global warming to within 1.
Volpe hopes Project Arrow shows key market players — the United States, China, Germany, Japan, and Mexico — that Canada has every element necessary to make electric vehicles. No one else is doing this. Anyone can read Conversations, but to contribute, you should be registered Torstar account holder. If you do not yet have a Torstar account, you can create one now it is free. Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited.
All rights reserved. To order copies of Toronto Star articles, please go to: www. Flavio Volpe is on a mission. We can bring attention to a chain of hundreds of Canadian suppliers who could provide support for global automakers. Project Arrow is the gift that keeps giving back. Why the auto industry is coming together to build the first all-Canadian zero-emission car. How did your fascination with cars start? Peter Saltsman. Get the latest from CB. I wish to subscribe to CB’s weekly newsletter, The Evolution.
The legacy for Arrow from the Canadian supply chain perspective and from my point of view would be putting the Canadian flag on the international market of zero-emission vehicles. We wanted to make sure we were … designing the car in a manner that basically was credible for a vehicle that was shooting for between 50, and 60, units per year. Source: Automotive News Canada.