EV startups are the hot investment in China -- no actual EV needed
How much money is chasing electric vehicle startups in China? Just ask Freeman Shen, Volvo Car Corp.'s former China president.
Uber's hard lesson: China is differentUber's problematic business model has forced it out of China, not its 9.6 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) cash burn.
Tesla removes 'self-driving' from China website after Beijing crashUPDATED: 8/15/16 3:17 pm ET - adds details Tesla removed a Chinese term for "self-driving" from its China website after a driver in Beijing who crashed in Autopilot mode complained that the company overplayed the function's capability and misled buyers.
Is Skoda for real about coming to the U.S.? The signs are thereIs Skoda, the Volkswagen-owned Czech automaker, really coming to the U.S.? It still feels like a long shot, but the value-priced brand's CEO confirms the idea is under consideration.
The alliance that shook the auto worldTwenty years ago this summer, the most significant joint venture in the history of the auto industry was just getting started when GM partnered with with Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp.
Tesla reports Autopilot crash in ChinaTesla said on Wednesday that one of its cars had crashed in Beijing while in Autopilot mode, with the driver contending sales staff sold the function as "self-driving," overplaying its actual capabilities.
Karma owner plans $375 million China electric car plantThe owner of Karma Automotive is planning to produce electric cars in China, becoming the latest company to flag ambitions to build new-energy vehicles in the world’s largest auto market.
GM 'bullish' on China, sees market reaching 30 million vehicles by 2020GM is "quite bullish" about the recovering auto market in China and is responding to a shift in growth toward utilitarian models in smaller cities, a segment often ignored by foreign automakers, said China chief Matt Tsien.
Hyundai dealers in China seek up to $135 million in compensationA group of Hyundai dealers in China is seeking 800 million-900 million yuan ($120 million-135 million) in compensation from the South Korean automaker, saying Hyundai has cut the flow of models it exports to them, resulting in dealership losses and closures.
China lifts stake caps on foreign motorcycle, battery manufacturersChina’s central government said it’ll exempt foreign makers of motorcycles and batteries from ownership limits in their manufacturing operations, revising a key industrial policy just as rulemakers consider similar measures for car companies.
Brexit hits yen, causes headaches for Honda
At the beginning of the year, Honda's plan to fire up its export engine seemed smart because of a weak yen. But after the U.K.'s vote to leave the EU, maybe not. The Brexit vote sparked a realignment of world currencies. The yen rose and is now causing headaches for Japanese exporters.