Expanding Its Lead In New Energy Vehicles, China!
CHINA is extending its lead in the development of new-energy vehicles this year, mainly driven by rapid market growth and increasing battery production capability, according to a report published by German consulting firm Roland Berger. In terms of the sales target of electric vehicles, China sets a target of having electric vehicles account for 15 percent to 20 percent of the total car sales in 2025 and 40 percent to 50 percent of those sold in 2030, Roland Berger said in it
China Aims To Be An Auto Powerhouse!
CHINA is aiming to become a world automaking powerhouse in a decade, vowing to boost development of new-energy vehicles and relax restrictions on foreign ownership in the auto industry. The country will strive to achieve breakthroughs in key technologies and markedly increase the share of Chinese brands in the international auto market by 2025, according to an auto industry development plan released yesterday by three government departments, including the Ministry of Industry
Amsia's JV Partner DongFeng Motors, Fortune 500 ready to make more green cars!
National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB (NEVS), the owner of the sorta-still-there Saab automobile brand, has reached a deal with Dongfeng Motor Corp. in which the China-based automaker will help NEVS develop greener vehicles. NEVS and Dongfeng have been working together since July, though the agreement was officially announced Monday. The companies say the agreement relates to so-called "new-energy" vehicles, though neither details of what those new energy vehicles will be nor f
Auto Brilliance and BMW!
A specialized group of domestic Chinese auto manufacturers are seeing an increase in their ranks as the local auto markets continue to grow and change with the times. Not only is China at the forefront of research and development regarding clean energy and fuel efficient technology, but they are also becoming an increasingly large influence upon the international automobile industry as well. Many international car manufacturing companies conduct business in China; among them