innovation, heritage, education.
Situated next to the Oro Station Motor Circuit are carefully crafted barn style courtyards that provide a unique setting to celebrate the ingenuity of automotive culture.
The complex will be an intellectual hub, a place where expertise and creative minds meet. Engineers, designers, fabricators and students will utilize the facility and its advanced technology to develop and test their concepts for the next generation of transportation.
Through events and on-track experiences, manufacturers will have a venue to engage with customers and showcase their technology. From museums and restoration garages to interactive displays of new technology, Oro Station will provide an experience that is part entertainment, part education and all automotive.
As the automotive future evolves, companies must rise to the challenge of commercializing new technology.
Onsite 44 kilovolt power distribution and FTTx fibre optic networks provide critical infrastructure for over 200,000 square feet of research and development labs. As we continue to strive toward an electric vehicle future, connected infrastructure, smart roadways and autonomous vehicles, Oro Station will be the domain of automotive innovation.
As we build for the future we respect the past. The ingenuity of the automobile and its history is celebrated at Oro Station through its community.
From race and performance mechanics, to restorers and specialists, our complex will be home to artisan trades working to keep our automotive art on the road with more than 160,000 square feet of tailored workshops.
Through our partnership with Georgian College, Oro Station will provide a unique opportunity to engage students in multiple faculties and career streams.
Students will learn the nuances of the automotive sector through experiential marketing, technology and innovation, business and skilled trade programs.
On the borders of Southern Ontario’s automotive manufacturing heartland and the four-season playground of Ontario’s Lake Country, Oro Station's 320-acre complex is both accessible and convenient.
With 7.2million people living within a one-hour drive of Oro-Medonte, it is the ideal location to establish a hub for research and development, while meeting the demand of the car enthusiast and collector market across Ontario.
Oro Station is situated away from the congestion of the city. Just off the Highway 11 corridor and adjacent to the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport, we are a one-hour drive from Toronto, equidistant between the City and Muskoka.
LAKE SIMCOE REGIONAL AIRPORT
Lake Simcoe Regional Airport is a commercial port of entry with Canadian border services and a 6,000 ft. runway, capable of receiving 737 aircraft.
LSRA offers full service refuelling, car rental and charter flight services, along with hangar space available for lease. It is currently undergoing a $65 million expansion.
Designed with passion
Driven International are award-winning sports venue architects and designers who specialize in the design of motorsport and automotive venues worldwide, sharing the same underlying values and passion which run through Oro Station’s core.
london, united kingdom
Driven International’s experience in the niche field of automotive venue design combined with their fresh-thinking approach and process made them our preferred design partner for Oro Station.
Their design team is formed of experienced and qualified directors, creatives, architects, engineers, technicians and venue operators who all share a passion for motorsport.
Geotechnical and Environmental Engineer
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