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  • Tesla starts building China factory

    January 10th 2019

    Tesla has broken ground at a site in Shanghai, on which it is building an EV factory with a potential output of 500,000 units a year

  • New chapter, different story?

    January 2nd 2019

    International expansion continues but, as Ian Henry reports, Audi’s long-term role within the VW Group is now under scrutiny

  • Unease in the East

    November 21st 2018

    Falling sales, electrification and mega mergers: Nick Gibbs provides an overview of the current automotive industry trends in China

  • Renault/Brilliance to make electric LCVs

    October 24th 2018

    China – Three electric light commercial vehicles will be made at the company’s plant in Shenyang

  • GAC Mitsubishi makes engines

    October 22nd 2018

    China – The OEM is hoping to become more cost competitive in the world’s largest vehicle market through local engine production

  • Expanding and restructuring

    September 12th 2018

    As the move to electrified and autonomous vehicles accelerates, Toyota is expanding in both technology areas and restructuring its operations. Ian Henry reports

  • PSA and Nissan exploring new ground

    July 17th 2018

    OEMs transferring entire factories and workforces is a far from simple exercise. However, a recent news report hinted that such a plan is being explored by PSA and Nissan.

  • BMW & Great Wall in electric vehicle JV

    July 10th 2018

    China – BMW Group and Great Wall Motor have signed an agreement to produce MINI electric vehicles through a new 50:50 joint venture based in China…

  • A future European giant?

    July 5th 2018

    New models and increased market share: Ian Henry reports on PSA’s improving fortunes under Carlos Tavares’ leadership

  • Travel blog: China’s mountainous technology challenge

    June 14th 2018

    The 2018 Global Automotive Forum brought together government officials, senior executives, academic experts and journalists from all over the world in order to discuss China’s automotive industry.