Panasonic said it was unable to determine how much of the cobalt used in batteries it makes for Tesla cars comes from Cuba, a country subject to U.S. sanctions. As a result, Panasonic has suspended relations with a Canadian supplier.
A wide spectrum of auto interests, armed with the latest impact studies, will warn at a Commerce Department hearing Thursday that raising auto tariffs would severely harm the industry and consumers.
The Trump administration heard plea after plea Thursday from the automotive sector to back away from its threats to slap punitive tariffs on U.S. imports of vehicles and parts.
Ford's upcoming 2019 Edge ST -- the automaker's first crossover to carry a performance badge -- will cost about $2,300 more than the outgoing Edge Sport trim it replaces.
President Donald Trump said he may prioritize a bilateral trade deal with Mexico over Canada, but David MacNaughton, Canada’s ambassador to the United States, said a trilateral deal is preferred.
The auto industry plans a full-court press this week to inform the U.S. Congress about how the Trump administration is unfairly exploring possible light-vehicle tariffs, and whether the White House is abusing its trade authority.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne likely will miss the automaker's planned July 25 announcement of its second-quarter earnings as he recovers from recent surgery, according to an Italian media report.
A roundtable about the impact U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs are having on the Canadian auto industry drew a standing-room-only crowd Wednesday in Windsor, Ont., where business owners were encouraged to stand up and speak out about the escalating trade war.
Ford is recalling nearly 550,000 2013-16 Fusion sedans and 2013-14 Escape crossovers for a potential rollaway risk because of faulty shifter cable bushings. About 37,000 of those vehicles are in Canada.
PSA Group has narrowed to 15 states and four Canadian provinces its top picks as possible points of entry for U.S. sales as the French carmaker continues to develop its return to North America.
The groundbreaking for a major bridge between Canada and the U.S. signaled the beginning of a project that will ultimately open a new gateway for automotive trade between the countries.
Despite six consecutive years of growth in Canada, which has recently surpassed Australia as the third-largest market for Subaru, the automaker still hasn't reached its true potential here, experts say.