DETROIT – Canada’s largest auto-parts supplier is joining the race to put high-volume electric vehicles on North American roads. Magna International Inc. brought a near-finished EV to Ford Motor Co. about a year ago, and the auto maker seized the opportunity to advance a project dear to Chairman Bill Ford Jr.’s heart. “For me, it’s incredibly exciting,” the Ford chairman told journalists after presenting the auto maker’s plans for hybrids and EVs at last month’s North American ...
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