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Tesla’s close competitor emerges

LAS VEGAS – The LeTV Super Car or LeSEE, the first concept car made by LeEco, will be unveiled at the upcoming Beijing International Automotive Exhibition (Auto China 2016) on April 25. A quick overview of LeEco’s steady milestones in developing the LeSEE based on the ecology chain of different

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LeEco telematics strategy to focus on disruption, openness and globalizatio

BEIJING – LeAutolink, the telematics unit of internet company LeEco (formerly known as LeTV) that is gearing up to unveil its first super car in April, announced at a press conference here on March 16 that disruption, openness and globalization will be the centerpieces of its future strategy. “We have

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The battle for talent at Internet startups

One after another, senior executives are leaving traditional OEMs and joining emerging startups of Internet carmakers. Dr. Daniel Kirchert, president of Dongfeng-Infiniti Motor, is the latest high-profile executive to make such a move, joining Harmony Futeng as COO. Harmony Futeng is a smart EV joint venture established 10 months ago

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LeEco and Aston Martin strengthen partnership on EV building

FRANKFURT, Germany – Chinese technology company LeEco, formerly known as LeTV before its rebranding, and luxury sports car brand Aston Martin signed on February 17 a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) towards the creation of a partnership that will develop a production version of the Aston Martin RapidE electric vehicle concept,

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CES 2016: the race is on to redefine personal mobility

The automotive world converged in Las Vegas in early January for the annual CES (Consumer Electronics Show), which stole the spotlights from the North American International Automobile Show (NAIAS) opened on January 11 in Detroit. Nine automakers, 10 global tier-1 suppliers and more than 115 automotive tech companies took up

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The automobile in 2026: Executives predict the future

What will the automobile look like in 10 years? What milestones will be achieved on this path toward the transformation? And what major challenges lie ahead? At the 6th Global New Energy Vehicle Conference held on January 16 in Guangzhou, the three questions were presented to six up-and-coming companies* during

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