At times the auto industry can feel overwhelming, with all the different products, brands and stories to keep straight. There’s always something going on in this business, from breaking news to vehicle reviews.
We get gadgets, clothes and even car parts from China, but when will we see a car from China sold on our shores? The answer is “very soon.”
Chinese automaker Geely is officially certified by the FIA to supply its 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine to the Formula 4 racing series.
A Chinese SUV featured in the new Transformers: Age of Extinction movie will be heading to the U.S. next year.
Lu Guanqiu may not be a household name right now but he could become the next Elon Musk. The Chinese billionaire bought failed automaker Fisker at a bankruptcy auction and promises to challenge Tesla with his latest acquisition.
Chinese automaker Beijing Automotive Group is planning to fast track its global expansion and is looking to buy a US automaker in order to do so.
Could a Chinese automaker rival the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini?
Buick is one of GM’s four remaining brands in North America. Following the company’s bankruptcy filing in the middle of 2009 divisions including Pontiac, Hummer, Saturn and Saab were jettisoned like Thanksgiving leftovers at Easter time. Ostensibly this cull allowed the firm to concentrate on its best brands, but why did Buick make the cut…
Peugeot PSA Citroen will get a three-billion Euro injection backed in part by Chinese stakeholder Dongfeng.
Volvo and Chinese parent company Geely are working together on a sub-compact car that will be used exclusively by the Chinese automaker.
Chinese cars are on their way to the streets of the U.S., and could arrive as early as late 2015 according to a senior executive at Chinese automaker BYD.
Wanxiang American Corp. has put in a “stalking horse” bid on Fisker, which is supposed to be sold to Hybrid Tech Holdings LLC for $25 million.
Chinese automaker Qoros will debut its second model next March during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Leaked sketches of MG’s first crossover show the unnamed vehicle, which is set to make its public debut at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show.
PSA Peugeot Citroen and Dongfeng Motor Group have agreed on the main terms of an alliance that will be backed by a $4.1 to $5.5 billion capital injection for the French automaker.
All automakers are under enormous pressure to deliver the highest fuel economy possible without sacrificing performance. Volvo’s answer to the problem is their new Drive-E lineup of engines.
What does Hong Kong have in common with New York City, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles? Other than being a large, cosmopolitan metropolis it’s also the latest municipality to select Ford’s Transit Connect Taxi for duty.
Chinese automaker Dongfeng Motor Corporation is reportedly planning to take a 30 percent stake in PSA/Peugeot-Citroen.
Geely aims to become China’s largest vehicle exporter this year, with as many as 180,000 units shipped overseas.
Luxury cars are making a huge splash in the Chinese market, and Acura is the latest automaker to ink a deal with a local partner to build cars and crossovers by 2016.
Beijing Automotive is planning to buy its way into the European automotive market, as the state-owned automaker targets three European manufacturers as potential takeover targets.
Though Qoros won’t be heading to America anytime soon, the Chinese automaker is working on an infotainment system built on the Windows Azure cloud platform.
American taxi fleets will be allowed to buy electric cars from Chinese automaker Build Your Dreams (BYD) despite the brand’s choice not to offer at the consumer level.
Chinese company Geely Automobile Group has teamed up with reborn Detroit Electric Inc. to form a strategic partnership where both parties will co-develop pure electric vehicles for the Chinese market.