China Changan Automobile is trying to introduce its independently made products and brands to other countries.
Independent car design and R&D companies could be entering the fast lane in China as the center of global automotive manufacturing shifts towards the biggest auto market worldwide.
Shanghai GM will recall 47,415 Chevrolet Aveo-model cars over faulty brake fluid reservoirs, China's consumer quality watchdog said.
More than 10 international and Chinese carmakers agreed to enter Shanghai International Automobile City's Auto Research and Development Harbor.
The motor show opens in Beijing on April 23. Global automakers' 36 new cars are set to make their world debut.
Honda Motor Co plans to double sales in China to about 1.2 million vehicles by 2015 through an expanded local lineup and ramped-up production.
Volvo, owned by China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co Ltd, plans to spend $11 billion on developing new products and boosting its manufacturing footprint in the next few years.
BYD Automobile Co Ltd debuted a new luxury sedan model over the weekend as part of the company's efforts to shift its focus away from the competitive low-end car market.
Whether on the racetrack, off road, on the city streets or over the superhighway, Mercedes-Benz has long brought passion to driving.
Affluent Chinese consumers now have a great appetite for SUVs - big, muscular and versatile vehicles with a higher suspension - yet only a handful of locally made models are available.
Volvo Cars Corp is scheduled to announce on Tuesday that it has signed NBA star Jeremy Lin to an endorsement contract targeting China, the United States and Chinese-language markets in Asia.
Products by leading Chinese bus manufacturer Yutong were among those making premieres at the first China International School Bus Exhibition held recently in Beijing.
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