FCA just can’t find a buyer, it seems. Continue Reading...
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Chinese automakers BYD has delivered the first of 27 electric trucks coming to southern California. Continue Reading...
China is the biggest automotive market in the world, with the country selling and making more cars than anywhere else on the planet. Continue Reading...
Like it or not, the Chinese are already playing a significant role in the North American automotive business. Continue Reading...
China is the wild, wild east of the automotive industry. Home to more than 1 billion people and counting, it’s a hugely important market for car companies. There are many domestic brands over there but curiously foreign companies are making significant headway. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
In order to be sold in Europe, the Qoros will have to meet, among other things, NCAP safety standards; a goal has been set of achieving five-star crash status and former Mini design direct Gert Hildebrand has signed up to work on the project, while Austrian company Magna-Steyr is reported to be actively involved. Continue Reading...
Tim Lee, president of GM’s International Operations believes that this latest joint venture, which builds on partnerships established by the US auto giant and SAIC for 15 years, represents a broad range of benefits made possible by the commitment of the two companies in this venture, as well as representing an “unprecedented level of cooperation.” Continue Reading...
In a further effort to help restart production, Saab also said that it was raising funds from shareholders, “pursuing various initiatives to improve the group’s liquidity” in the words of the company, but declined to elaborate any further. Continue Reading...