• Team ensures smooth handling of accidents involving Olympic vehicles
    A special team is on duty 24 hours a day in Beijing to ensure prompt handling of accidents involving vehicles serving the Winter Olympics.
  • Tesla plans Beijing design center to serve e-vehicle market
    Tesla Inc is to set up a design center in Beijing this year, which analysts say will allow the United States-based electric automaker to better tap into the world's largest but increasingly competitive vehicle market.
  • CATL mulls expansion overseas with US unit
    China's largest battery supplier Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd is planning to build a factory in the United States and is exploring domestic supply alternatives, as competition among new energy vehicle makers and battery providers becomes increasingly fierce given booming NEV sales and technological improvements.
  • Hydrogen vehicles fuel Beijing Winter Games
    The Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics feature a large number of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and more than 30 refueling stations to reduce pollutant emissions, making it the world's largest demonstration of hydrogen fuel cell vehicle operation.
  • Shanghai Jiading to woo 60 more automotive chip companies
    Jiading, the core automotive district of Shanghai, plans on inviting sixty more integrated circuit and intelligent sensor enterprises to the local intelligent sensor industrial park in 2022.
  • Black Sesame to build cost-effective autonomous driving solution with Elektrobit
    On February 14th, China’s autonomous driving computing chip developer, Black Sesame Technologies, announced that it has reached cooperation with the world-leading software supplier, Elektrobit, for autonomous driving software development.
  • NIO to launch fire new SUV model ES7 in April
    Chinese startup NIO plans to launch an all-new model, named ES7, in mid-April 2022, Qin Lihong, Co-founder and President of NIO, revealed on Feb. 15.
  • China's Midea starts building NEV auto parts manufacturing base in Anqing
    On Feb. 16, Anqing Welling Auto Parts Co., Ltd. (“Anqing Welling”), a subsidiary of Chinese home appliance giant Midea Group Co., Ltd., held signing and ground-breaking ceremonies for its strategic new energy vehicle (NEV) auto parts manufacturing base in Anqing city, Anhui province, according to a post on Midea's WeChat account.
  • Baidu’s Apollo Go autonomous Robotaxi service comes to Shenzhen
    Baidu Apollo’s Robotaxi service, Apollo Go, officially started pilot operation in the high-tech area of Shenzhen, Nanshan District, the autonomous driving developer, announced on February 17th.
  • SAIC Motor launches self-developed fuel cell system
    SHANGHAI HYDROGEN PROPULSION TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD., a subsidiary of Chinese automaker SAIC Motor, launched the M4 fuel cell stack platform as well as M4 stack platform-based PROME M4H fuel cell stack and PROME P4L and P4H fuel cell systems in Shanghai on Oct 28.