Eleven years after ditching a long history of well-known names for the MK scheme, the brand is charting a new path with the introduction of the 2019 Nautilus, which will be built in Ontario and replaces the MKX.
Nissan Canada President Joni Paiva says the company listens to the Canadian market, which is why some vehicles and options differ from those south of the border.
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali says that Canada and Lamborghini are poised to enjoy a beautiful future together. He says the Lamborghini brand is growing, and so is Canada's appetite for luxury vehicles.
When it comes to AMG, Mercedes-Benz's performance division, Canada punches above its weight — well above it — in terms of sales. Canada is AMG's third-largest market behind the U.S. and Germany.
Protecting workers' rights is a fundamental Canadian objective in ongoing negotiations to update the North American Free Trade Agreement, says Canadian Labour Minister Patty Hajdu.
GM Canada is proposing to build a 6.4 megawatt power plant that will use renewable landfill gas as fuel to generate electricity for its St. Catharines factory and offset rising energy costs in Ontario.
It would be the largest-scale automotive application of carbon fibre, whose long, labour-intensive production process and high cost relative to steel and aluminum have limited its use mostly to luxury vehicles and sports cars.
Canada's ambassador to the U.S. said he thinks reaching a March target to revamp NAFTA is still possible if negotiators can overcome thorny issues like American demands for tougher auto quotas.
AutoCanada can now take full control of General Motors stores now that the automaker has lifted its ban on public ownership.
A new version of TradeRev's used-vehicle purchasing mobile app, from KAR Auction Services, has added dealer-support features in Canada and the United States.
An increasing number of Canadians say they want electric vehicles, especially in Quebec and B.C., says a new survey conducted by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants. Respondents favoured only SUVs more.
BlackBerry and Qualcomm are expanding their partnership to tap the fast-growing connected automotive market. The two will focus on virtual cockpits, infotainment systems and more.