The head of Audi Canada has been tapped to lead Volkswagen Group Canada, which oversees VW and Audi sales in the region, as the company continues to rebound from a diesel emissions crisis.
Ottawa has refused to provide records showing the scope of its investigation into the Volkswagen emissions-duping scandal in Canada and the automaker is seeking a legal order to keep the records confidential.
Continental is in advanced talks to buy Israel's Argus Cyber Security, which is backed by Magna International and has developed technology to protect connected cars from hacking, for about $514 million, Israeli media reported on Monday.
Major automakers, suppliers and auto dealers launched a new coalition Tuesday to urge President Donald Trump not to withdraw from NAFTA.
U.S. and California regulators say they have approved a fix for about 38,000 Volkswagen Group 3.0-litre diesel crossovers in the United States. VW Canada is attempting to get the same fix approved in Canada.
The Ontario government executed a search warrant at the Volkswagen Canada offices on Tuesday as part of its investigation into an emissions scandal now entering its third year.
The seats in the 2017 Audi A3, supplied by Canada's Magna International, received a perfect score in J.D. Power's latest Seat Quality and Satisfaction Study.
Problems in a control module in about 20,000 VW Passat and CC sedans can cause the pumps to run continuously and drain the battery or stop working while the car is in motion.
Volkswagen Canada is selling the e-Golf in Manitoba despite the fact the province doesn't offer incentives to buy electric vehicles. St. James Volkswagen jumped at the chance to offer the EV for sale.
British Columbia's largest automotive dealership group has assumed ownership of the only supercar dealership in neighbouring Washington state.
The Canadian government has approved a fix for about 10,000 older Volkswagen 2.0-litre diesel Passats currently equipped with software that allows them to emit more emissions than permitted.
At least one disgruntled Volkswagen customer thinks the courts in Canada did not go far enough in sending a message to the automaker that cheating won't be tolerated.