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Volkswagen Sales in China Falls along with WorldWide Sales; Despite increase in Europe and America

China sales of Volkswagen fell around 14%. America and Europe had an increase in sales, but still was not enough to maintain an even worldwide sales from last year to this year which has still fallen about 4% more

Chinese Car Manufacturer Zhejiang Geely Buys London Taxi Manufacturer Manganese Bronze

China's Lynk & CO To Sell Cars At Extremely Competitive Prices [VIDEO]

Geely, a Chinese multinational automaker and owner of the car brand Lynk and Co, is planning to introduce changes to the way people purchase and own cars. Lynk and Co will have its cars engineered and designed in Sweden, built in China and sold directly to the global market at the most competitive prices. The said automobile brand will be released in 2018 to challenge other car manufacturers. more

LA Auto Show Previews New Models From Top Manufacturers

Lincoln China Sales Expected To Triple, Says Executive

Lincoln starts to gradually conquer China. Are their current efforts enought to topple Mercedes-Benz and Cadillac? Find out here. more

Gov. Brown Signs Legislation At Google HQ That Allows Testing Of Autonomous Vehicles

Communication Standard For Autonomous Cars To Be Scheduled By China After 2018

The chief of the Society of Automotive Engineers of China (SAE-China) announced on Wednesday that it wants to set a common national standard for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication, which is vital for driverless cars. more

China-Built Luxury

BMW 1-Series Luxury Sedan: Star Of The 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show

The BMW 1-Series may be the German automaker's smallest sedan in the lineup, but it has no shortage of star power. According to Forbes, the 1-Series is BMW's most significant reveal in China for 2016, and BMW waited until this year's Guangzhou Auto Show to showcase the compact, premium sedan. more

China Daily Life - Luxury

Luxury Cars: Chinese Government Imposes New Tax Rates On High-End Cars

An additional 10% tax rate will be imposed on premium cars that cost 1.3 million yuan ($188,852) and more, a move that will have big implications for luxury brands like Ferrari, Rolls-Royce and Aston Martin. more

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