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China to crush estimates and sell 3 million EVs in 2021, according to CAAM

Recently, Chen Shihua, Deputy Secretary-General of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), said in an interview with The Beijing News that China's annual production...

China EV sales grew 148% in October

On November 8, CPCA released the Monthly Analysis Report on China's passenger car market analysis in October 2021. The report shows that China's new energy...

Geely sold 111,599 vehicles in October, a 20% decrease

On November 8, Geely announced their sales data for October. The sales volume of New Energy Vehicles in October was 7,909. In China, the...

Geely announced 12 goals strategy to sell 3.65 million cars in 2025

Geely expects to target 3.65 million sales in 2025, with new energy vehicles accounting for over 40% On October 31, Geely held the "Smart Geely...

VW ID.3 launched in China for $25,030

On October 22, SAIC Volkswagen officially launched its new electric model ID.3 on the Chinese market. SAIC is an old legacy automaker from Shanghai....

Talent shortage hits China’s EV sector. Here is how Nio and Tesla solve it

With the continuous development of China's new energy industry, the problem of talent shortage has become increasingly severe. Chinese new energy manufacturers such as...

EV startup Neta secures 2.9 billion RMB investment from cybersecurity giant

360 is the largest Chinese cybersecurity firm; think of it as a much bigger ESET or Avast. Neta is a brand of Hozon Motors,...

Does Nio play ads on the dashboard screen?

In the past few days, a Nio owner broke the news that his vehicle and the car navigation interface had pop-up advertisements, and blocked...

CPCA: The shortage of chips is due to monopoly, TSMC disagrees

Carnewschina once reported on the shortage of new energy vehicle chips, and now this question seems to have an answer. On October 11, CPCA...

Troubles of Chinese new energy vehicle owners: charging is difficult!

China's national day has just ended. (China's national day is on October 1, but the celebrations last until October 7) For many people, this festive...