The automaker is hopeful permits will be granted in time for construction of the test track to begin in the fall.
Audi America has named Daniel Weissland, CEO of VW Canada, as its new president, amid slumping sales and a leadership void.
The latest call to discourage vehicle ownership comes from the Google affiliate, which envisions a city with fleets of autonomous vehicles.
As the Dodge Grand Caravan approaches the end of production, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles must evaluate its strategy for the minivan market it invented more than 30 years ago.
Walkouts at key parts plants send a message that the union is serious about disrupting operations, said Jerry Dias, president of the Canadian union Unifor.
Ontario officials are confronting declining local auto industry fortunes with millions in business benefits.
Ford is about half finished with a global reshaping of its operations and procedures to be able to tackle CEO Jim Hackett's mammoth $25.5 billion cost-cutting plan.
At the Automotive News World Congress last week, Linamar Corp. CEO Linda Nasenfratz urged automakers to be more vocal in their opposition to steel and aluminum tariffs."All of us have a voice," she said, "and we should be using that voice to talk to our governments."