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Jaguar Land Rover isn't a high-volume automaker, but its global chief Ralf Speth thinks that's a benefit. He says the company wants profitable, solid, sustainable growth. It's certainly growing in Canada.
The chief innovation officer of the American Center for Mobility being built in Ypsilanti, Mich., is Canadian raised and educated, and the facility will be used by Ontario.
Hyundai's strategy to launch the Genesis luxury brand without a national network of bricks-and-mortar stores is winning over Canadian customers.
Lincoln is ready to find a new and more youthful audience, says Ford of Canada President Mark Buzzell. Lincoln buyers have traditionally been older, and Buzzell said he is focused on changing that.
Michelin's president said the company chose Montreal to reveal the eco-friendly, 3-D tire because the city and Quebec are "so ahead in sustainable mobility."
Having never offered a compact sedan, Jeep now finds itself well poised in a market that's moving away from them.
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