Canada and Mexico are revealing a willingness to discuss modifying the U.S. idea of a NAFTA sunset clause. The two countries are open to talking about what they call a review every five years.
Facebook has updated two of the platform's ad tools to better serve the auto industry in its quest to reach mobile shoppers.
Unifor's strike at the Chevrolet Equinox assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont., put a dent in September Canadian factory motor vehicle sales, which fell by 5.9 per cent that month. The strike cost GM 20,000 vehicles.
If approved as part of a new NAFTA, a U.S. proposal that half of all parts and vehicles that cross borders under the pact be made in America could affect Canadian parts makers to varying degrees.
When the next-generation Infiniti QX50 crossover arrives next year as a 2019 model, it will be powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine introducing a technology never seen before in a regular production vehicle: variable compression.
A bipartisan group of more than 70 U.S. House members urged the Trump administration not to boost current production requirements on vehicle content for autos produced in the region under NAFTA.
A Ford GT supercar, hand-built by Multimatic Inc., and a Quebec-made steam buggy from 1867 are part of a prominent display at a renovated Ottawa museum focused on technology.
As NAFTA negotiations resume this week, Canada and Mexico have been taking a hard line against the so-called "poison pills" the U.S. has put forward during their increasingly acrimonious talks.
The lead ministers for Canada, the U.S., and Mexico will not be attending the current round of NAFTA negotiations in Mexico City, where insiders expect few major developments.
The 2018 Lexus RX 350L with a gasoline engine and the hybrid RX 450hL will be unveiled Nov. 29 at the auto show, the company said. Canadian sales of the current RX are up 17 per cent this year.
BYD, the Chinese electric-vehicle maker backed by Warren Buffett, plans to open its first assembly plant in Canada, anticipating a surge in demand for electric trucks.
The University of Toronto's Electric Vehicle Research Centre has received $9.1 million to support the research and development of electric vehicle technology and more affordable EVs.