Protests sprung up over the last couple of days after new rules took effect January 1 in China making it illegal to drive through a yellow traffic light. Continue Reading...
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Ferrari has the Chinese government feeling steamed after one person’s actions at a launch event for it’s year-of-the-dragon edition 458 Italia. Evidently, doing donuts on the Great Wall is uncouth. Who knew? Continue Reading...
China’s government is cranky because of cleavage. As if there wasn’t enough for them to worry about on the internet, the Chinese fun police are badly upset over boob-bearing babes wearing skimpy outfits at this year’s Beijing Auto Show. Continue Reading...
The Audi A6L (pictured above) was specifically designed and manufactured for the Chinese market. It has become extremely popular with high-placed government workers and business owners. But now, the Chinese government is putting their foot down, saying that all government vehicles will be Chinese, potentially putting a hit out on the A6L’s sales. This is… Continue Reading...
Saab halted production yesterday at its Trollhattan plant in Sweden after operations were disrupted by problems with supplier deliveries. Saab resumed production on May 27 after shutting down from April to May due to non existent operating capital. Suppliers became worried about receiving payment and stopped supplying the Swedish plant. Saab began a deal with Chinese car distributor Pang Da… Continue Reading...
Saab will finally gain some stability, as the company will resume production tomorrow at its Trollhattan, Sweden, assembly plant. The facility has been idle for about six weeks. Saab’s owner, Dutch automaker Spyker, has been unable to secure the much-needed financing to pay off its suppliers, but the automaker says it has reached agreements that… Continue Reading...
General Motors’ sale of its Hummer brand to China’s Tengzhong may be completed within a week. The two companies have been working on a deal for Hummer since June, and an unnamed source said to be the discussions said a deal is imminent. “Tengzhong executives have been traveling between the U.S. and China in the… Continue Reading...