“Project Arrow” vehicle prototype developed at Ontario Tech unveiled in Las Vegas


The result of a moonshot research project completed at Ontario Tech University has been formally unveiled in Las Vegas. “Project Arrow” is an electric vehicle that showcases cutting-edge technology from 58 part suppliers in Canada. The technology used on the vehicle prototype is intended to demonstrate Ontario’s end-to-end automotive supply chain and capabilities. Ontario Tech professors, staff, and students collaborated with Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association partners on the project, which also made use of Ontario Tech resources such as the Climatic Aerodynamic Wind Tunnel. The car’s development was funded by the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario.

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