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Prosecutors take aim at Opel in ‘dieselgate’

French-owned carmaker Opel became the latest household name of the German auto industry in prosecutors’ sights over diesel emissions, as authorities raided two factories belonging to the lightning-bolt...

October 16, 2018, Tuesday


NEV sector booming as govt takes green road

China’s sales and production of new energy vehicles have continued to experience fast growth thanks to government support in the sector, industry data shows....

October 15, 2018, Monday


BMW sees China as its NEV future

German automaker BMW is taking a majority stake in its China joint venture and investing 3 billion euros (US$3.5 billion) in factories there, underscoring the importance of the Chinese market as the company...

October 12, 2018, Friday


China, Europe riding R&D wave into a new energy vehicle future

Porsche recently announced that it will no longer offer diesel engines for its cars in the future, becoming the first German carmaker to give up the compression-ignition engines amid the ongoing “dieselgate”...

October 11, 2018, Thursday


Daimler considers China deal

German vehicle manufacturer Daimler AG is in talks with China’s Geely Holding Group Co to set up a joint venture to offer ride-hailing and car-sharing services in China, Bloomberg reported, citing sou...

October 10, 2018, Wednesday


Auto maker Faraday acts on Evergrande ‘failed payment’

China’s Evergrande Health Industry Group Ltd shares slumped yesterday on news it was being sued by electric vehicle startup Faraday Future for failing to make a payment and that Faraday was looking to...

October 9, 2018, Tuesday


Shanghai extends public roads for testing of ICVs

SHANGHAI has opened more public roads for testing of intelligent and connected vehicles to further accelerate industry development and commercialization of ICVs, the city’s government said yesterday. Shanghai ...

September 19, 2018, Wednesday


EU probe on collusion by carmakers

European Union regulators have opened an in-depth investigation into whether BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen colluded to limit the development and roll-out of car emission control systems....

September 19, 2018, Wednesday


EU probes on collusion by carmakers

European Union regulators have opened an in-depth investigation into whether BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen colluded to limit the development and roll-out of car emission control systems....

September 19, 2018, Wednesday


Spending on R&D grows fast

GERMAN auto brand BMW will recall more than 139,000 of its 3-series vehicles in China from November 9 over a defect in the air-conditioning system, according to a statement from China’s market regulator. The ...

September 17, 2018, Monday




 

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