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Audi eyes increased Chinese e-car sales

Audi will sell more electric car models in China and develop automated driving there, it said yesterday, deepening ties with local partner FAW Group to counter challengers Mercedes-Benz and BMW in its ...

January 18, 2017, Wednesday


Sino-British auto JV revs up dual-brand China strategy

CHERY Jaguar Land Rover, a premium automo­tive Sino-British joint venture, has entered a stage of dual-brand operation with both Jaguar and Land Rover being launched and developed in China’s auto market. Last ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday


Toyota to recall Lexus in China

Toyota will recall 15,865 imported Lexus vehicles in the Chinese mainland due to defective airbags, according to China’s quality watchdog. The recall affects 4,856 imported Lexus IS250/IS250C vehicles ...

January 16, 2017, Monday


Toyota to recall 15,865 units of Lexus in China

TOYOTA will recall 15,865 imported Lexus vehicles across the Chinese mainland due to defective airbags, according to the country's quality watchdog. The recall affects 4,856 imported Lexus IS250/IS250C ...

January 15, 2017, Sunday


VW to pay US$4.3b in fines

An American flag flies next to a Volkswagen car dealership in San Diego, California. The German company has agreed to pay US$4.3 billion in civil and criminal fines to settle the emissions cheating scandal with the US Justice Department, the largest-ever US penalty levied on an automaker. So far, the scandal has cost VW up to US$22 billion in the United States alone, in deals with owners, regulators, US states and dealers. VW admitted about 40 employees at its VW and Audi brands deleted thousands of documents in an effort to hide from US authorities the systematic use of so-called defeat devices to rig diesel emissions tests. Six current and former VW managers have been indicted, including Heinz-Jakob Neusser, former head of development for the VW brand. VW still faces lawsuits from about 20 US states and from US investors, and will spend years buying back or fixing nearly 580,000 polluting US vehicles. It also faces claims from customers in Europe and Asia, after it admitted in September 2015 that up to 11 million vehicles worldwide could have defeat device software installed....

January 13, 2017, Friday


China sees auto sales boom in 2016

Auto sales in China, the world’s biggest car market, surged at their fastest in three years in 2016, an industry group reported yesterday, jumping nearly 14 percent after authorities cut a purchase tax. The ...

January 13, 2017, Friday


China auto sales rises 9.5% in December

CHINA'S auto sales rose 9.5 percent year on year to 3.06 million units in December, data from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers showed on Thursday. The growth rate slowed from a 16.6-percent ...

January 12, 2017, Thursday


Passenger car sales seen to rise moderately in 2017

China’s passenger car market is likely to grow moderately in 2017 after hitting a record high last year, as the government has raised the purchase tax, according to an industry report. Sales of passenger ...

January 11, 2017, Wednesday


Braking woes force VW recall

GERMAN carmaker Volkswagen will recall almost 50,000 vehicles in China due to brake problems when using cruise control, the country’s quality regulator said. The company will recall Beetles made between ...

January 9, 2017, Monday


Volkswagen to recall nearly 50,000 vehicles in China

VOLKSWAGEN China will recall 49,480 vehicles due to brake design defects starting Feb. 6, according to China's quality watchdog. The recall involves imported Beetles produced between July 1, 2012 and ...

January 8, 2017, Sunday


 

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