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  • BYD new-energy vehicle sales up 249 pct in October

    China's leading new-energy vehicle (NEV) manufacturer BYD saw surging NEV sales growth in October, company data showed.


  • China's commercial vehicles production and sales drop in August

    Production and sales of commercial vehicles in China declined in August from last month, data from China Association of Automobile Manufactures (CAAM) showed recently.


  • China's vehicle export continues to grow in 2021

    China's auto industry stands out amid the COVID-19 pandemic with automobile sales once again topping the world last year and maintaining strong momentum this year. In particular, China's brand vehicles highlight the overseas market.


  • Thai car exports figure down in January

    The export volume of finished vehicles in January 2020 recorded 65,295 units, accounting for 76.69 percent of the total output of vehicles for export, down 19.96 percent from January 2019。


  • Chinese bus maker Yutong delivers 500th vehicle to UK

    Since it first entered the UK market in 2013, Chinese bus manufacturer Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co. Ltd. has delivered 500 vehicles to the country.


  • North China city phases out 42,000 old vehicles to curb emission

    A total of 42,000 old vehicles were phased out in northern China's Tianjin Municipality from January to August as part of the city's environment protection campaign, local authorities said Thursday.


  • Tencent enables voice-operated WeChat in vehicles

    China's most popular instant messaging tool WeChat will be embedded in some new cars to enable drivers to communicate with others on the platform via voice-control.


  • China to make motor mortgage registration easier

    China will streamline procedures of registering motor vehicle mortgage to make the process easier, starting June 1, according to the Ministry of Public Security.


  • China's CATL signs battery supply deal with Volvo

    Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd. (CATL), China's leading lithium-ion battery and energy storage system producer, has reached a multi-billion-dollar deal with Swedish carmaker Volvo.


  • Volkswagen looks to capitalize on SUV boom

    The German carmaker Volkswagen is hoping to build on the continuing boom in sport utility vehicles.


  • Beijing expected to achieve RMB100 bln in scale of ICV and related industry by 2022

    China’s Beijing is expected to achieve 100 billion yuan in scale of the intelligent connected vehicle (ICV) and related industries by 2022.


  • Chunxing Precision Mechanical: cooperation with Tesla continues

    Suzhou Chunxing Precision Mechanical Co.,Ltd. (002547.SZ) said Tuesday on its social media account that the company has maintained cooperation with Tesla which is likely to launch new car models in its to-be-built factory in China.


  • National strategy for innovative development of intelligent cars being drafted, official

    The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has organized a drafting of the innovation development strategy for intelligent cars, so as to emphasize the strategic direction of China's auto industry in a near fufure.


  • Volvo to produce its first electric vehicle in China

    The Swedish auto maker Volvo, now owned by China's Geely Holding Group, is poised to produce its first fully-electric car in China, which is going to debut in 2019 for export, reports Automotive News Europe(ANE).


  • Chinese company rolls out Singapore's first electric taxi fleet

    China's major electric vehicle producer BYD Co Ltd will launch one hundred electric taxis in Singapore on Feb 24, the country's first fully electric taxi fleet.


  • Shanghai GM to recall 161,281 vehicles

    Shanghai GM Automotive Co. will recall 161,281 vehicles in China due to gear shift problems, the country's top quality watchdog said on Tuesday.


  • BMW to recall 41,685 vehicles in China

    BMW will recall 41,685 vehicles in China due to defective airbags, the country's quality watchdog has said.


  • Volkswagen to recall 1,993 vehicles in China

    Volkswagen China will recall 1,993 vehicles in Chinese mainland due to defective body control modules (BCM), according to the country's top quality watchdog.


  • Local authorities should not protect outdated industry of new energy vehicle, MOF official

    Chinese local authorities could introduce various preferential policies to support the development of new energy vehicles, but should not protect outdated industry.


  • China to quadruple new energy vehicle production by 2020: minister

    China will quadruple its new energy vehicle annual output to 2 million by 2020, a cabinet minister said.


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