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  • Carmakers aver core tech R&D can drive EVs
    2021-03-11
    Executives from some major Chinese carmakers have called for enhanced research and development activities to promote core technologies relating to electric vehicles.
  • Two sessions: hot topics of auto industry
    2021-03-11
    China will encourage stable increase in the consumption of automobiles, remove unreasonable restrictions on deals of used vehicles and make parking lots, charging stations and battery swapping stations much more available to the public, according to the annual work report delivered during the annual two sessions of this year. Besides, the country will also accelerate building power battery recycling system.
  • Government focus on NEVs switches from production to use
    2021-03-03
    The phrase "new energy vehicles", which has been repeated in the Government Work Report over the past seven years, did not appear in the report delivered at this year's annual two sessions, which concluded on Thursday.
  • Huawei HiCar-enabled BYD Han shown at 2021 MWCS
    2021-03-03
    BYD announced in last December its DiLink intelligent connected system would be available to the HiCar App, Huawei’s self-developed smartphone-to-vehicle mobile phone interconnection solution. Like its rivals like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, it transfers a smartphone-controlled interface to the car's infotainment system. Data received via the smartphone can be shown on the car screen and played through the car-mounted loudspeakers.
  • Compulsory national standards for fuel consumption limits for passenger vehicles were released
    2021-03-03
    On February 20th, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology organized the formulation of the 《Passenger Vehicle Fuel Consumption Limits》mandatory national standards (GB19578-2021) by the State Administration for Market Regulation, the Standardization Administration of China approved the release, will be formally implemented on July 1st, 2021.This standard is one of the important supporting standards for automobile energy saving management in China.
  • Notice on management of average fuel consumption and new energy vehicle points of passenger car enterprises in 2020
    2021-03-03
    On February 8th, to actively respond to COVID - 19 outbreak, to guarantee the healthy sustainable development of auto industry in the spirit of the central support package of policies in Hubei province economic and social development requirements, as well as on the modified 《average fuel consumption and new energy automobile passenger car enterprises management method integrating parallel》decision. the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Commerce, General Administration of customs, According to the order No. 53 of the State Administration of supervision and administration of the people's Republic of China, the following notices are issued on the average fuel consumption of passenger car enterprises and the integral management of new energy vehicles in 2020.
  • Down to 3.8L/100km, BYD Releases DM-i Hybrid System and Three Brand-new Hybrid Models
    2021-02-24
    Shenzhen, China - On January 11, BYD officially released its all-new DM-i hybrid system and three brand-new models at a launch event in Shenzhen. The system uses BYD's plug-in hybrid technologies based mostly on electricity that delivers high speeds, while bringing a quiet, smooth ride that saves energy, making vehicles green and eco-friendly.
  • SAIC Motor leads China in car sales
    2021-02-24
    SAIC Motor, the largest carmaker in China, sold 5.6 million vehicles in 2020, ranking first in China for the past 15 years.
  • Geely Auto Group and Tencent Sign Cooperation Agreement on Intelligent Cockpits, Digitalization, Autonomous Drive, and Low Carbon Development
    2021-01-25
    2021 January 19th, Hangzhou/Shenzhen. Geely Auto Group and Tencent have signed an agreement to carry out strategic cooperation in the fields of digitalization, intelligent cockpits, autonomous drive, and low carbon development.
  • Driverless vehicles to get highway test nod
    2021-01-25
    China plans to allow autonomous vehicles to be tested on highways, as local companies, which have developed self-driving technologies for expressways, are keen to test their vehicles in a wide range of scenarios, according to a draft regulation published by the nation's top industry regulator.