The Canadian government says it is planning to introduce electric vehicles that can be charged in less than two hours and that will use a battery.
The government says that could lead to cleaner, greener cars that will ultimately reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent.
But it will have to do a lot more than that.
Here are some of the questions we’re trying to answer about the technology and its future.
Will this be the last car on the road?
Canada’s new electric cars are supposed to be able to drive themselves and can travel in the same direction as the driver.
But this will require a lot of battery power.
So far, there are no plans to charge them directly.
It’s a huge leap forward for a technology that’s not even commercially available yet.
How big will the market be?
The electric car market is projected to grow to $16.5 billion in 2025, according to the government.
It says the market for electric cars is worth $12.5 trillion.
What’s the cost?
It’s expected to be $4,500 for a standard, plug-in electric car, $7,500 if you opt for an electric hybrid, and $21,000 for an all-electric car.
How will the car be charged?
It won’t be charging on the roads.
The vehicles are expected to charge on the highways.
Where will the cars be sold?
The cars will be sold in Ontario and Quebec.
What will the vehicles look like?
The vehicles will be made in the U.S. and imported from China, according the government’s website.
Are there any issues with electric cars?
The new vehicles will have a very different look and feel to traditional cars.
They will be lighter, thinner, and they will not be made of the same type of carbon-fiber.
The cars are expected also to have smaller brakes.
What happens if the vehicles start to overheat?
There is no way to turn off the vehicle’s automatic safety system.
The system automatically controls the vehicle when it’s overheating and will warn the driver if it starts to over heat.
Will there be any new safety features?
There will be safety features, but they will be optional.
There will also be an option for owners to have the car automatically shut off at certain times of the day.
The car will also have a remote-controlled steering wheel, which will be more accurate than the steering wheel that comes with a regular car.
The price tag?
The government estimates that a standard electric car will cost between $4 and $5,000.
How many electric vehicles will there be?
There are currently 1.5 million electric cars on the market.
That’s more than double the number of vehicles that have been sold in Canada since the first electric car was introduced in 1995.
Why is there a push to bring in EVs?
The technology is really starting to catch on, said Chris Dyer, vice-president of research at the Institute of Sustainable Transportation.
There are a lot companies developing electric vehicles.
Canada’s government is trying to be a leader in that, and there’s a lot that’s going on in the world that’s helping to drive this technology forward.
The electric vehicle industry in Canada is a big one, said Dyer.
The province of Quebec alone is building over 1,000 new electric vehicles a year.
And it is making a lot out of what it has, said Mark Braid, a senior research fellow at the Canadian International Development Agency.
What about other countries?
Other countries have made the transition to EVs.
In Germany, for example, the government is looking to phase out the use of fossil fuels by 2030.
In Sweden, a similar transition is underway.
In Norway, the country with the world’s highest per capita emissions per person, it has been a decade since EVs were introduced.