2.4 million cars produced in 2014 (Michigan 2.3 million, Ohio 1.5 million)
$730 million in daily trade between Ontario and U.S.
96,500 people employed in motor vehicle production
12 auto assembly plants from FCA, Ford, General Motors, Honda, and Toyota
2 commercial vehicle plants from Hitachi Construction Truck Manufacturing and Hino
Global headquarters for ABC Group, IMS (Intelligent Mechatronic Systems), Magna International, Linamar, Martinrea, Valiant, and the Woodbridge Group
401 corridor stretching from Windsor (south of Detroit) to Toronto, home to all Ontario assembly plants.
9 universities with 24 auto-focused research programs including ones in advanced lightweight materials and coatings, manufacturing processes, alternative fuels, and powertrain components
43% of Ontario’s auto industry workforce has a post-secondary education
Source: Ontario International Trade and Development