Vehicles that are designed to carry more than 15 passengers are considered as commercial vehicle in Vaughan. They can of various types depending upon their utilization. Some are used to carry passengers from one place to another comprising of mini vans and can be high roof buses. Other category of commercial vehicles includes mini truck and heavy truck which are largely used to transport goods from one location to another.
As the name indicates, commercial vehicles are usually larger than personal vehicles being used by a family for their routine activities. It is because of the fact that they have to carry more resources between two points than usual personal car.
Canada’s automotive industry is centered in the heart of North America’s largest vehicle producing region: the Great Lakes automotive manufacturing cluster. Canada is among the world’s top 10 producers of light vehicles.
Canada is the hub to one of only five machine-tool-die-and-mould (MTDM) making clusters in the world. It’s been building vehicles for over a century, and has a proud legacy of high quality auto manufacturing. The sector plays a key role in Canada’s economy. With a $19 billion contribution to GDP, it is one of Canada’s largest manufacturing sectors. The industry directly employs more than 125,000 people, with an additional 400,000 people in aftermarket services and dealership networks.
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Artificial Neural Network are playing crucial role in transformation of automotive industry of Canada to next high horizons. As due to utilization of recent computing technologies mentioned above, Canada is capable to handle and analyze Big Data being generated by the vehicles on daily basis, which is very useful for policy / decision making as well as for research purpose.
In addition to light vehicles, Canada has also expertise in commercial public transportation manufacturing. Canadian manufacturers produce vehicles for major public transportation systems, national rail networks and specialized applications such as mining. The Automotive, Transportation and Digital Technologies Branch at Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is a key hub within the federal government on Canada’s automotive and transportation manufacturing industries. It serves as a conduit between the automotive industry and Government programs and services.
Following is the list of vehicles manufactured till 2018 in Ontario Canada:
Company : Fiat Chrysler Canada Inc.
Location : Brampton, Ontario
Products Manufactured : Chrysler 300, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger
Company : Ford of Canada Ltd.
Location : Oakville, Ontario
Products Manufactured : Ford Edge, Flex, Ford GT* (limited-edition), Lincoln
Company : Honda Canada Inc.
Location : Alliston, Ontario
Products Manufactured : Honda Civic and Honda CR-V
Company : Toyota Canada
Location : Cambridge North, Ontario
Products Manufactured : Toyota Corolla, Lexus RX350 and Lexus RX450h Hybrid