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SAIC-GM Connectivity Strategy 2025 to leverage V2X, AR and AI tech

SHANGHAI – SAIC-GM announced its Connectivity Strategy 2025 here on March 27 in which it will extend free basic OnStar service to five years this year, launch Over the Air (OTA) update capability, introduce Super Cruise technology, promote V2X and leverage AR and AI technologies to achieve high level of

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Wild swings up and down show it’s still a policy driven market

All things that go up must come down, or it could be the other way around. This issue’s features on the natural gas heavy-duty truck, natural gas bus and plug-in hybrid bus markets showed exactly this weird but always seem to be true phenomenon for China’s auto industry. For the

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Foton, Ankai and Nanjing Golden Dragon to receive NEV subsidies in Beijing

BEIJING – Beiqi-Foton Motor Co. (Foton), Anhui Ankai Automobile Co., Ltd. (Ankai) and Nanjing Golden Dragon Bus Co., Ltd. (Nanjing Golden Dragon) would be granted financial subsidies for their battery electric buses, according to a notice by Beijing Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology on March 21. Beijing municipal

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Plug-in hybrid bus production down 55 percent through to February

BEIJING – China produced 500 plug-in hybrid buses in the first two months of the year, according to factory production certificate data from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) as reported by cvworld.cn. February production reached only 303 units, down 38 percent (production of battery electric buses, on

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