• GWM starts vehicle production in Thailand
    Two technicians work at Great Wall Motors' production line in Rayong, Thailand. Great Wall Motors' plant in Thailand started operation on Wednesday, marking the latest step of the largest Chinese pickup and SUV maker to explore overseas markets.
  • Smart cars to see explosive growth after 2023
    Guangzhou-based XPeng shows its G3 model at the Shanghai auto show. The sector of smart electric vehicles is picking up speed in China's big cities, and their sales are expected to soar rapidly after 2023 when high-level autonomous features are available, said a senior executive at the country's leading startup Xpeng Motors.
  • NIO-branded new model code-named ‘Gemini’ to be launched next year
    Last month, a report saying NIO would launch a low-end vehicle model code-named “Gemini”. In response to the report, Qin Lihong, co-founder of NIO, recently said the “Gemini” is a new vehicle the startup plans to launch next year and will be still under the brand of “NIO”.
  • Huawei ambitious to help passenger vehicle fully driverless in 2025
    Huawei's autonomous driving group aims to make passenger vehicles truly driverless in 2025, Wang Jun, President of Huawei's Smart Car Solutions Business Unit (BU), revealed at the 13th China Auto Bluebook Forum on June 10.
  • FAW Launches Hongqi Models in Saudi Arabia
    FAW Group Corporation (FAW) launched four Hongqi models, including the H5 and H9 sedans, and the HS5 and HS7 SUV models into Saudi Arabia’s market on April 12.
  • GWM Listed Among 2021 BrandZ™ Top 50 Chinese Global Brand Builders for the First Time
    On May 10, Google and Kantar jointly released the "2021 BrandZ™ Top 50 Chinese Global Brand Builders", and GWM was listed among other brands for the first time. Meanwhile, GWM was also listed among "2021 BrandZ™ Top 20 Rising Stars". GWM has once again drawn the attention of global users with its manufacturing strength and steady growth after Auto Shanghai 2021.
  • Big tech seeks spoils of new energy vehicle sector
    As Chinese technology companies rush to enter the smart electric vehicle sector, the country's automobile industry is expected to experience escalated transformation in not only manufacturing but also marketing.
  • The premiere of L2+ autopilot, JAC New Energy Vehicle embraces a smart future
    On April 19th, the 19th Shanghai international autoshow was opened at National Exhibition Center (Shanghai) with the theme of "Embracing Change". JAC presented the new energy vehicles of e-S4, e-S1, e-J7 and e-S2. It's worth mentioning that the e-S4 is JAC's first mass-produced model with the level of L2+ level autopilot capability, taking the first step in surpassing the top "players" in autopilot field.
  • China's NEV sales surge in first four months
    BEIJING -- Sales of new energy vehicles (NEV) in China increased by nearly 250 percent year-on-year in the first four months amid the steady recovery of market demand, data from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers showed Wednesday.
  • Economic resilience backs auto industry
    According to the data released by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers on Wednesday, carmakers in China churned out more than 2.23 million cars in April, up 6.3 percent on a yearly basis. Meanwhile, the number of cars sold increased 8.6 percent on a yearly basis to over 2.25 million in April.