The Canadian auto supplier -- most recently known for building Ford's $450,000 GT supercar -- will develop technology for hybrid and electric vehicles at a driving simulation centre near Detroit.
As part of the agreement to scrap the levies, the U.S. will be able to impose new tariffs on Canada and Mexico if they don’t do enough to prevent any surge of imports of the metals, people familiar with the matter said.
A 25-kilometre test course that opened in Ottawa on Friday for autonomous and connected vehicles is North America's first to combine all available AV and vehicle-to-vehicle technologies, its backers say.
A Windsor, Ont., law firm plans to launch a $1-billion class action lawsuit against an airbag supplier and six automakers, alleging they installed faulty airbags, the Windsor Star reports.
Nicholas Speeks, 60, a career-long veteran of Mercedes-Benz, takes over from Dietmar Exler, who is leaving the company for a role said to be outside the auto industry.
Since joining TADA’s board in 2014 Cliff Lafreniere has attended all its meetings. And rather than fly to Toronto, he drives the nearly 12-hour, 1,200-kilometre round trip because he finds it faster.
Capgemini's Markus Winkler said engineers and researchers need to work hand-in-hand with marketers and user-experience experts to create self-driving cars that serve customers' needs.
U.S. officials have insisted they will only lift the tariffs if Canada and Mexico accept quotas or other mechanisms that would prevent them from becoming a conduit for cheap steel entering the U.S. from other countries including China.
The Canadian tech company says there is now an opportunity to collaborate with other countries to create a standard in automotive cybersecurity.
The automaker said it’s aware of reports of one injury and three instances of property damage related to the issue. More than 10,000 Fusions are being recalled in Canada.
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