South China Morning Post. Yudo’s entry to new-energy car market a solid offering. Car review of the Yudo π1.
Another Chinese Tesla wannabe? This one may be different
With a production licence and its own factory, Yudo Auto stands out from most of China’s electric-vehicle makers. Its first car, the π1 is a solid offering
South China Morning Post. Review: it ain’t no Porsche but Lynk’s debut 01 is a sure-footed offering.
The model does not feel like the usual Chinese car made to world market standards, it’s more like a European car that happens to be made in China
China Automotive Review. Does Polestar Equal Pole Position? Cover story about the launch of Polestar as a standalone brand.
Article looking at the business plans for the Polestar brand and the unveiling of the Polestar 1 car.
Travel article about the car modification scene in Beijing with translations in Russian and Kazakh that appeared in a Kazakh airline magazine.
Review of the Chinese made long wheelbase version of the Volvo S90.
The long-wheelbase Volvo saloon isn’t available in the UK, but we had a go in one anyway to see what we’re missing out on
South China Morning Post. Compelling Car for the Young and Trendy. Review of the BMW 1 series sedan.
Review of the China only BMW 1 series saloon supposedly aimed at youngsters.
How Chinese buyers of electric cars face problems finding places to charge and then pay for charging.
Show report for the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show where electric cars from local producers had a particularly strong presence.
South China Morning Post. Infiniti Plant Lets Carmaker Take The High Road in China. Interview with Infiniti CEO Roland Krueger.
Japanese carmaker Infiniti confirms commitment to mainland market at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show
South China Morning Post. Future may be electric but there is life left in combustion engines. Look at 6 fuel saving technologies.
A look at six technologies that are set to increase fuel economy in cars before the electric takeover.
China Automotive Review. Wey to LYNK. Article looking at the prospect for the new Wey and LYNK & CO brands.
Article comparing Wey and Lynk & Co, new more upmarket Chinese car brands, and asking whether they are likely to be successful.
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