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Benteler and FAWAY establish JV in Tianjin to produce chassis components

TIANJIN – Benteler Automotive and FAWAY Automotive Components Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of FAW Group, signed a contract on June 4 here to establish a new joint venture to produce press, hot forming and aluminum parts as well as chassis systems. FAWAY Benteler Automotive Components (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. will help

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Auto Guangzhou 2017 recap: SUVs continue to sizzle

Auto Guangzhou 2017, or the 15th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition, was held on November 17-26.  The show featured 220,000 square meters of display space and 1,081 vehicles including 47 global debuts, 25 concept vehicles and 132 new energy vehicles. More than 670,000 people visited the show. Following are

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Toyota to roll out EV in China in 2020 and expand fuel cell vehicle study to cover commercial vehicles

GUANGZHOU – Toyota Motor Corp. announced on November 17 at the Guangzhou Auto Show that it will be rolling out an electric vehicle under the Toyota brand in the Chinese market in 2020, earlier than any other market, and that its existing fuel cell vehicle feasibility study will be expanded

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Toyota to begin demonstration tests of Mirai fuel cell vehicle in China in October

SHANGHAI – Toyota Motor Corp. announced on April 18 ahead of Auto Shanghai 2017 that it will begin demonstration tests of two Mirai fuel cell vehicles (FCV) in China starting in October. To help with the testing, Toyota will also establish a hydrogen station at Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing

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Hello America: the Chinese are coming, again

GAC Group made history in January by becoming the first Chinese automaker in the 110-year history of the North American International Auto Show to exhibit on the main show floor at the Cobo Center. It had good company surrounding it too: Toyota, Lexus, Hyundai and Volvo are all well-established global

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Hello America: the Chinese are coming, again

GAC Group made history this week by becoming the first Chinese automaker in the 110-year history of the North American International Auto Show to exhibit on the main show floor at the Cobo Center. It had good company surrounding it too: Toyota, Lexus, Hyundai and Volvo are all well-established global brands.

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China factor in Paris

No Chinese automaker exhibited at this year’s Paris Motor Show (in fact none had ever done so at the biennial show). But many of the concepts and new models that made their global debuts at the show, which had a heavy European flavor and was home court advantage for the

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