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More than two million vehicles were sold in the People’s Republic last month
Better safe than sorry
The coronavirus has claimed another victim in the global auto industry. This time, it isn't a car manufacturer's operations in the People's Republic, but China's largest car show.Yes, the Beijing Motor Show (also known as Auto China)
When your market can demand its own variant
The Shanghai motor show is traditionally awash with long-wheelbase versions of sedan cars for the Chinese market, and this year is no different. For those that can't afford a full-fat Mercedes-AMG sedan there's the new stretched A35,
Meet the Sylphy Zero Emission
The Nissan Sylphy has just gone electric. The Sylphy Zero Emission was just unveiled at Auto China 2018. It marks the first China-made Nissan electric car targeted for the Chinese market. It's built on the same platform as another EV:
Meet the Pagani Huayra Dinastia
Upon entering Beijing's Forbidden City during a visit to China, Pagani boss Horacio's eyes fell upon the 'Nine Dragons Wall'. So enamored was he by the dragon body shape that he saw, he returned back to Italy and got to
And luxury brands are eager to provide
China is a potential goldmine for carmakers--so long as they're prepared to make cars that conform to the country's individual tastes. Which is why we've noticed a bizarre trend for long-wheelbase versions of not-very-long cars
To be sold exclusively in China
There has always been a certain air of timelessness about Rolls-Royce automobiles. The Silver Shadow from the 1980s, for instance, still looks stunning even though it is roughly three decades old. Maybe it's the design, or the way these cars
Intentional or coincidental?
Gilas Pilipinas patron Manny V. Pangilinan tweeted before the FIBA Asia basketball championship game between the Philippines and China that the electric bus assigned to take the Gilas team to the stadium had been delayed, and that the reason given was that
How would you rate the design?
Like we said, it's awesome having an automotive market whose size is 20 million-plus units, because carmakers will regularly design products just for your country's demographics. We're still talking about China, and this time, it's Nissan's
At Auto Shanghai 2015
How old are you right now? If you're still in your teens, chances are you might live to see drastically different cars in the future. Maybe not quite the cars from The Jetsons, but still radically advanced enough to qualify themselves
Called Concept D for now
If your country is populated by newly motorized folks who buy 22 million brand-new cars each year, you can bet your garage all the auto companies on the face of the earth will fall over themselves developing motor vehicles specifically designed
Which paint job do you prefer?
The all-new, sixth-generation Ford Mustang is the nameplate's first truly global model. Not only is it being sold worldwide for the first time, it is also available as either left- or right-hand-drive, which is another first.With
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