Classification: SPOTLIGHT
Fifty months in the making for the K50: China's first electric urban sportster now available at ¥686,800 [2018-08-10]

SUZHOU – Four lucky customers received the keys to their K50, China’s first pure electric urban roadster, from Qiantu Motor Chairman Lu Qun at a launch event here right by the company’

Six Chinese automakers make it to 2018 Fortune Global 500, Geely jumps the most in rankings [2018-08-14]

SAIC, Dongfeng, BAIC, FAW, GAC and Geely, six of China’s top 10 automakers, made it again to the 2018 Fortune Global 500 released on July 19.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel: Germany willing to expand cooperation with China on self-driving cars [2018-05-30]

BEIJING – Germany is willing to expand cooperation with China in self-driving cars and other fields including economy, trade and technology, according to visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Foton's Borgward reboots: an engineer band and a Chinese controlled German brand [2018-05-23]

BEIJING – A new executive team, a new brand positioning and a new beginning for one of the oldest automotive brands in the world that is banking on the Chinese market and a Chinese parent to continue its glory as it nears its centennial.

Baidu gets Beijing's first autonomous vehicle testing permit [2018-03-30]

BEIJING – Baidu has become the first company to receive a special permit for the testing of autonomous vehicles on designated open roads in Beijing.

492 days after: WM Motor begins trial production of EX5, deliveries to begin in September [2018-03-30]

WENZHOU, Zhejiang – Sixteen months, or 492 days to be exact, was all the time it took for Chinese smart EV startup WM Motor to begin trial production of the first batch of the EX5 compact electric SUV at its production plant here since it broke ground on November 23, 2016.

Autonomous fleet drives onto CCTV's Chinese New Year Gala [2018-03-01]

BEIJING – A fleet of about 100 driverless cars equipped with Baidu’s Apollo self-driving technology crossed the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge on the evening of February 15, the last day of the Chinese Lunar Year of the Rooster, to help usher in the start of CCTV’