Even the most bullish don't think Tesla can sell half a million electric cars next year. But it's still important to understand the lofty targets Elon Musk is setting, and some of the crafty ways he's trying to make it happen.
Luxury automakers are expanding their reach in Canada by grabbing an increasingly bigger piece of the compact and subcompact segment, according to auto researchers at J.D. Power.
The Canadian government has given $10 million to a joint venture between Daimler AG and Ford Motor Co. that's developing new fuel cell modules to be used in the auto sector.
When Smart announced that it would sell only electric vehicles in the U.S. and Canada some wags wondered whether it was the beginning of a broader retreat for the brand.
While demand for small and midsize trucks has grown in Canada, Mercedes-Benz says it's considering bringing the X class pickup only to the United States.
Car2Go has added the 2017 Mercedes-Benz CLA and GLA to its North American fleet, starting Monday in Austin, Texas; Portland, Ore.; Seattle; and the Washington, D.C., area. In Canada, Car2Go members in Toronto and Vancouver will be able to use CLAs and GLAs starting in early February.
Toyota, BMW, Daimler, Honda and Hyundai are joining oil and gas giants including Royal Dutch Shell and Total with plans to invest a combined $14 billion in hydrogen-related products within five years.
Mercedes-Benz has released a teaser video of its soon-to-be unveiled E-class coupe. The 21-second clip, which focuses on the car's headlights, dash and taillights, says the car will first appear on Wednesday, Dec. 14.
Canadian Mercedes-Benz dealers are getting creative by offering alternative options to appease customers as delays of 2017 model vehicles limit stock at dealerships.
Increased scrutiny by U.S. regulators is resulting in delays of up to two months for deliveries of new 2017 model-year Mercedes-Benz vehicles with both gasoline and diesel engines.
Austrian contract manufacturer Magna Steyr will produce six models for four different automakers at a plant in Graz, Austria, starting in 2018, Automobilwoche, a sister publication of Automotive News, reported.
New Brunswick is set to double the number of Mercedes-Benz dealerships in its borders by this time next year.