The talk of the town at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, besides the massive investments and plans announced by the “hometown boys” – Daimler, Volkswagen Group and BMW – to go all out on electric, is the Chinese.

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CHENGDU – China is a very demanding market when it comes to the latest, freshest and newest technologies, but Porsche has the potential as a sports car manufacturer to provide the right answers based on its five pillars of focus, according to Franz Jung, president & CEO of Porsche China.

This issue features one of a series of articles recently run by Automotive Business Review (Qiche Shangye Pinglun) on the unique landscape of automobile manufacturing in Chongqing and players that make up this important automotive hub in Western China.

Mercedes-Benz will continue its product offensive in China this year with more than 15 new models including the upcoming S-Class facelift, the recently launched GLA facelift and six exciting Mercedes-AMG 43 Series models that were launched on August 24 in Chengdu, according to Nicholas Speeks, president & CEO of Beijing Mercedes-Benz Sales Service Co. Ltd.


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