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GM speeds up electrification pace in China, 20 NEVs planned by 2023, electric km driven to hit 100 million by Q3

Matt Tsien (left) and chief engineer of GM China Electrification Jennifer Goforth SHANGHAI – General Motors plans to introduce a total of 20 new energy vehicles in China by 2023, most of them locally-produced, and expects its existing NEVs on the roads to log more than 100 million pure electric kilometers

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Dana’s new Yancheng facility to produce up to 8 million thermal management products a year

YANCHENG, Jiangsu – Dana Inc. inaugurated a new facility in Yancheng, Jiangsu Province on May 23 that will manufacture thermal-management products for conventional and new energy vehicles for the Chinese market. Dana repurposed an 8,000 square-meter plant with an investment of ¥105 million, making it the company’s 16th facility in

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April bus market breakdown ¨C large and medium buses perform well

In the first quarter of 2018, large and medium bus markets performed well while light bus market stalled. Now as we enter the second quarter, where are these segments headed? According to the latest data obtained by cvworld.cn, 41,400 buses were produced in April and 39,400 units were sold, up

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BYD and U.S. Hybrid Corp. to develop hydrogen fuel cell bus

LOS ANGELES – BYD announced on May 2 that it will cooperate with U.S. Hybrid Corp. to develop a hydrogen fuel cell battery electric bus that will serve Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Hawaii, one of the busiest airports in the U.S. with more than 21 million passengers per year.

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BorgWarner to more than double China business to £¤27 billion by 2023 buoyed by propulsion systems demand

NINGBO, Zhejiang – BorgWarner plans to more than double its annual revenues in China to more than ¥27 billion over the next five years, according to Tom Tan, global vice president of the U.S. automotive supplier and president of BorgWarner China. Tan made the comments in an interview after BorgWarner’s

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Lvchi Auto eyes production of Venere electric super car in ’19, SUVs and MPVs to follow

GENEVA – Chinese smart EV startup Lvchi Auto plans to begin production of the Venere, its first full-electric limousine unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, in Turin, Italy in 2019. Founded in 2016 by several international companies with headquarters in Shanghai and a design operation in Turin, Lvchi Auto’s

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