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.
Kia’s Chinese joint venture, Dongfeng Yueda Kia, announced the creation of a new Chinese-only brand at the Shanghai Auto Show today, called Horki.
China’s largest SUV manufacturer, Great Wall Motor Co., wants to begin selling vehicles in America, and hopes to do so by 2015.
BMW is launching a new Chinese brand called Zinoro in conjunction with its Chinese partner Brilliance Auto, specifically to develop and sell EVs.
China’s Geely was expected to finalize the sale of Fisker by mid-March, but the Chinese firm will no longer bid for a majority stake in the troubled American electric automaker.
Chinese automaker Chery wants to style its cars like the Germans and hopes former Porsche designer Hakan Saracoglu will be able to help.
Despite having made impressive jumps in recent years, the Chinese automotive industry is believed to still be a decade away from being globally competitive.
Swedish automaker Volvo has agreed to share its vehicle technologies with parent company, Geely, which will include the automaker’s midsize vehicle platform or underpinning technology, interior air quality, and safety systems.
Jaguar Land Rover and Chery Automobile have officially laid the foundation stone on a new manufacturing facility in China.
A new emerging brand from China, Qoros is readying its first car for international debut at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
Chinese automaker Guangzhou Automotive Group Co. (GAC) will be heading to the 2013 North America International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
General Motors has just announced the sale of its two-millionth vehicle in China for 2012, marking the earliest in the year that the automaker and has met the mark.
Coincidence? Shortly after Spyker sues GM for $3 billion over the Saab buyout, the Dutch automaker has signed a deal with Chinese automaker Youngman. As many know, Youngman attempted several times unsuccessfully to bid for Saab, but was blocked blocked by GM.
You’re not alone if you haven’t heard the name Qoros before, that’s because its a newly-formed subsidiary to Chinese automaker Chery.
The Chinese have a predisposition towards crazy expensive bespoke cars, and German tuner company Carlsson Autotechnik is exactly the tuning shop to deliver them.
A wicked crash between a Nissan GT-R and a BYD E6 electric taxi in China last Sunday is lighting concern about EV fires anew.
In an effort to help showcase Ferrari products to the huge Chinese market, the Italian automaker has opened up an exhibit in the Shanghai Expo Park.
BYD will provide 10 new electric buses to Windsor, Canada to become the first North American city to use China-built all-electric large-scale transportation.
CODA Automotive made headlines last month when it began selling its electric sedan in California with a starting MSRP of $35,200. Based on the Chinese market Hafei Saibao, the EV has garnered the public’s attention with its 125 mile range.
From Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport L’Or Blanc and Grand Sport Vitesse to everything in between, there is no shortage of special edition Veyrons produced. A natural progression, Bugatti has joined the likes of the Jeep Wrangler Dragon and has unveiled a China-exclusive special edition vehicle for the 2012 Beijing Motor Show – the Veyron Grand Sport…
Judging from the series of releases at the Beijing Auto Show, China is far and away the most important market for global automakers. A trend first started by high-end luxury brands, Jeep is hopping on the bandwagon by introducing the Jeep Wrangler Dragon design concept, a China-market-exclusive vehicle that features a “dragon design” theme to commemorate…
Out in Shenzhen, China, tourists can rent a BYD E6 electric vehicle from Hertz and it appears that the EV will be making its way to America as part of Hertz’s rental fleet in the U.S. Jack Hidary, the global EV leader for Hertz, spoke about the Chinese government’s support of electric vehicles while explaining…