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The autonomous driving “China speed”

In earlier January, I traveled with ZF to CES 2018 in Las Vegas and 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. As different as they were – one showcased advanced technologies or technology concepts and the other showcased, well, simply new concepts and cars – the two events gave me

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CES 2017: the race to redefine personal mobility continues

The first Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was about personal computers. Fast forward to CES 2017, the largest tech expo show on earth has turned into the Connected Electronics Show. It showed us what the next growth driver is: connected and autonomous cars. In 2017, CES once again heralded great change

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How Lincoln got its way in China with the Lincoln Way (II)

China has turned into a second large pillar of revenue and profit for Ford Motor Co. There were a couple of encouraging trends in Ford’s China sales performance in 2016. First, sales of its SUVs – EcoSport, Kuga, Everest, and Explorer – continued to be strong. A second bright spot

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How Lincoln got its way in China with the Lincoln Way (I)

China has turned into a second large pillar of revenue and profit for Ford Motor Co. There were a couple of encouraging trends in Ford’s China sales performance in 2016. First, sales of its SUVs – EcoSport, Kuga, Everest, and Explorer – continued to be strong. A second bright spot

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How Lincoln got its way in China with the Lincoln Way

China has turned into a second large pillar of revenue and profit for Ford Motor Co. There were a couple of encouraging trends in Ford’s China sales performance in 2016. First, sales of its SUVs – EcoSport, Kuga, Everest, and Explorer – continued to be strong. A second bright spot

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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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