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China plans to aggressively boost production and sales of new-energy vehicles to ease oil consumption and pollution by 2020, according to a blueprint released by the State Council.
China has set a target of producing and selling 500,000 energy-efficient and alternative-energy vehicles a year by 2015, and five million vehicles by 2020, according to a latest blueprint.
Citroen's high-end marque DS might be obscure to Chinese consumers, but the French carmaker aims to change that perception and rapidly expand sales in China by producing a slew of models locally.
The hybrid twins a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder TFSI petrol engine and a permanent magnet synchronous electric motor powered by a 72-unit Li-ion battery.
Customer experience in a premium car showroom is usually comfortable, luxurious, and now it can be green.
The all-new sedan that recently arrived as an import has a wheelbase of 3050 mm, 150 mm longer than the standard model, and is only available in China to meet local demand for roomier cars.
A consortium completed a deal on Wednesday to save the ailing Swedish automaker Saab AB, which announced its bankruptcy in December.
Volkswagen started pre-sale in China during of its iconic all-new Beetle during the 16th Shenzhen-Hong Kong-Macao International Auto Show that runs from June 7 to 12.
The Chinese government will allocate 1 to 2 billion yuan annually to support the development and production of green vehicles, said a deputy minister of finance.
A dramatic high-speed auto accident in Shenzhen that left an all-electric taxi and its three occupants incinerated has cast a shadow over public confidence in the new technology.
The new Audi Q3 crossover may make its official Chinese market debut next month. The imported Q3 is expected to be priced above the domestically manufactured Q5.
The Camry HEV is the most recent variation of the seventh generation Camry to be available in China.
Domestic automaker BYD Co has signed an agreement to produce electric buses in Windsor, Canada.
Domestic automaker Great Wall Motors and US company Coda Automotive Inc signed an agreement last month to co-develop an all-electric vehicle that will hit the market in 2014.