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Auto industry’s “art of attack and defense”

Gong Shou Dao, or “Art of Attack and Defense,” became a hit movie during the “Double 11” shopping festival on November 11, as Chinese consumers clicked their way to yet another record day in online sales. The short film featured the first ever movie cameo appearance by the man behind

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Auto industry’s “art of attack and defense”

Gong Shou Dao, or “Art of Attack and Defense,” became a hit movie during the “Double 11” shopping festival on November 11, as Chinese consumers clicked their way to yet another record day in online sales. The short film featured the first ever movie cameo appearance by the man behind

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Great WEY Motor: New brand tries to pioneer “Chinese luxury”

The rapid emergence of new brands in the industry continues. Great Wall Motor is the latest to do so, launching its luxury SUV brand, WEY, on November 17, before the start of this year’s Guangzhou Auto Show. WEY’s arrival came less than a month after Geely announced to the world

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Executives on new products and market in 2012 (II)

Beijing-Hyundai President New product: MD (New Elantra Yuedong), ix45 (SUV)   Forecast: 8-10 percent overall market growth (Liu Zhifeng, vice president sales)  BMW-Brilliance Senior vice president of technology and production New product: X1, new 1-Series and 5-Series  Forecast: N/A Chang’an-Mazda President New product: Hatchback version of

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All-new Sagitar and Cross Polo unveiled at Guangzhou Auto Show

GUANGZHOU – FAW-Volkswagen released the all-new Sagitar at Auto Guangzhou 2011. The new Sagitar, also known as the new Jetta in the U.S., will hit the market in the first quarter of 2012. Codenamed as “NCS” previously, the mass production version of the new Sagitar has already been sold at

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Chevrolet Sail EV concept makes global debut in Guangzhou

GUANGZHOU – Shanghai-GM unveiled the Sail electric concept vehicle alongside GM’s Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric car at the 2010 Guangzhou auto show, demonstrating the latest electrification efforts by the U.S. automaker. Based on the gasoline version of the Chevrolet Sail that went on sale at the beginning of the year,

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