Like Korean and Japanese car companies before them, the Chinese are coming. Guangzhou Automobile Group introduced a new crossover concept at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
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Chinese automaker GAC just released a teaser showing a crossover concept that it plans to showcase during the Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
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.” Continue Reading...
A Chinese SUV featured in the new Transformers: Age of Extinction movie will be heading to the U.S. next year. Continue Reading...
Images of what looks like the production version of Volkswagen’s New Midsize Coupe Concept leaked roughly a week after its Beijing Auto Show debut. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Chinese automaker Qoros will debut its second model next March during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Continue Reading...
China’s largest SUV manufacturer, Great Wall Motor Co., wants to begin selling vehicles in America, and hopes to do so by 2015. Continue Reading...
Chinese automaker Chery wants to style its cars like the Germans and hopes former Porsche designer Hakan Saracoglu will be able to help. Continue Reading...
Despite having made impressive jumps in recent years, the Chinese automotive industry is believed to still be a decade away from being globally competitive. Continue Reading...
Toyota is planning on launching two new China-only brands according to a top executive. Continue Reading...
A new emerging brand from China, Qoros is readying its first car for international debut at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Would you entertain the idea of buying an old-model Ford Focus new from the manufacturer? In today’s throwaway culture it’s hard to imagine buying anything but the latest product, but that’s not the perspective everywhere. In other parts of the world, previous model cars remain for sale at a discount after a new lines debut. Continue Reading...
Notorious for stealing body styles, the Chinese automotive industry is quickly becoming the definitive source for unabashed design plagiarism. With a track record including obviously-bilked F-150 bodies and more recently a hodgepodge S11 supercar set to debut at the upcoming Beijing Auto Show, it’s hard to expect anything short of absolute banditry from some of… Continue Reading...
Automakers benefited greatly from China’s rapid growth over the past decade. Chinese appetite for automobiles has been a critical income for manufacturers around the world. Even General Motors sold more vehicles in China than in the United States. However, China’s economy seems to be cooling. According to LMC Automotive, 2012 vehicle sales will only increase by… Continue Reading...
Two weeks ago, we saw that China’s Jianghuai Automobile Co. (JAC) recreated its own version of Ford’s F-150 pickup truck to an amusing level of detail. According to The Detroit News, JAC now plans to unveil its 4R3 pickup at the upcoming Beijing Auto Show. Copying Ford design cues to even sport the F-150 grill… Continue Reading...
Geely will make their first foray into the notoriously tough British market in 2012, hoping to emulate the success of Korean brands like Hyundai. While Geely already helps produce the iconic London taxis, the company will face an uphill battle regarding the vehicle’s perceived quality. Their first UK offering, the EC7 compact car, will cost 10,000 GBP… Continue Reading...
Even as the Occupy movement is being disbanded around the world, one branch of the movement just had a resurgance, as Saab fans “occupied” the Facebook page of General Motors. Saab fans blame GM for holding up the sale of Saab to their potential saviors – whoever they may be (so far it’s been Russian businessmen, American… Continue Reading...
GM’s Chinese-market passenger van, the Chevrolet Move N300, is suffering from slow commercial sales. Seeing a potential market for export, the ever-so-resourceful American automaker has decided to deliver 5,000 of these Chinese complete-knock-down van kits to Egypt. While Egyptian import duties has made building vehicles in North America difficult, CKD kits (Complete Knock Down) provides… Continue Reading...
Fiat will build Alfa Romeo vehicles in China starting in July, 2012, as part of a joint venture with local partner Guanhzhou Automobile Group Co Ltd. Company president Zeng Qinghong told Automotive News that “Besides the Fiat brand, after talks between the two shareholders, we will introduce the Alfa Romeo brand to the venture company.” No timetable… Continue Reading...
BMW and Mercedes-Benz have always been the German luxury brands for the well-to-do set in the United States, but in China, the two companies have been considered cars for the new money and retirees respectively. Audi and Buick continue their dominance over the hearts and minds of Chinese consumers. Buick has historically been a hot… Continue Reading...
According to Inside Line, Saab may be ready to re-start production at its factories in as little as 8 weeks, after being sold to two Chinese automakers for $142 million. While Saab was valued at $660 million this summer, both Pang Da and Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile Co. managed to purchase the company at a rock… Continue Reading...
U.S. private equity firm North Street Capital will give Saab a $70 million investment, including an equity stake worth $10 million and a $60 million loan to the ailing car maker. With Chinese-backed financing looking increasingly unlikely, the investment from North Street Capital, a firm run by auto enthusiast Alex Mascioli, will give Saab the… Continue Reading...
The administrator in charge of the Saab bankruptcy proceedings has told a Swedish court that the process must stop. “The money is not enough to continue the reorganization,”said Guy Lofalk in an interview with Reuters. “Now, an application [to terminate the reorganization] has been mailed. It should be on the court’s desk tomorrow.” Lofalk said… Continue Reading...