Hello, and greetings, again, from Shunyi for September, Tuesday 14th to be precise. Last Thursday, September 9th, we published a short article titled EV in China in which we commented that it seems non Chinese brands of NEV / EV were arriving late for the party. In particular, the Detroit makers. Today, we will expandContinue reading “Foreign EV in China”
A shorter article today, for Thursday September 9th, as there is so much other news to compete with. As our title suggests we will quickly look at EV in China from 2 angles. Firstly a quick look at the growth of EV sales in China, then we tke a look at another possible clone orContinue reading “EV in China”
We begin this short wrap with Tesla who chose end of July to drop the price of their almost 251,000 RMB Model 3 EV vy 15,000 yuan. According to the official company release, the reduction was possible as the realty of production costs was less than theoretical.
Hello from Shunyi again for Friday 6th, the first week of August. A more meaty selection of topics this week, in fact spoilt for choice. So we begin with an ultra fast glace at China’s economic recovery over provinces, a mention of Huawei and a new but down graded P40, can China’s beverage makers tackleContinue reading “#31 week that was – China Biz News”
Hello, good morning from Shunyi for Thursday, April first. Actually, we thought long and hard about releasing a post today given that it is also April Fool’s Day. The tile of today’s short article: “Why are Chinese spending big money on empty bottles” is also likely to be thought of as a joke. However, itContinue reading “Why are Chinese spending big on empty bottles?”
Originally published by China Daily BERLIN – Mercedes-Benz sold more than 70,000 passenger cars in May and achieved a double-digit growth in China, German carmaker Daimler announced on Tuesday. “The retail sales in our biggest market China provide us with optimism,” said Britta Seeger, member of the board of
Daimler AG is working with China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, to set up a joint venture to make the electric version of Smart cars in China.
China Motoring News South China’s Guangdong Province Thursday started building a testing centre for both conventional vehicles and those featuring new energy, intelligent network and driverless technologies. With an investment of 2.15 billion yuan (around 307 million U.S. dollars), the 573-hectare facility in the city of Shaoguan aspires to become a world-class vehicle testing centreContinue reading “China Tests Autonomous Vehicles”
China plans to further boost sales of new energy vehicles (NEVs) and intelligent connected vehicles (ICVs) to push for green and smart growth of the world’s largest automobile market.