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Autotalk Special


Consumers do care if a car is black or white

FANCY gadgetry and sleek styling, color matters when Chinese consumers go to buy a car. Gong Xiaoyu, who works in an educational institute, recently bought a pearl white car. She said she loves the sparkling ...

January 22, 2018, Monday


Goal: ‘zero emissions, crashes, congestion’

The automobile is fast becoming an Internet, mobile phone and general factotum on wheels, thanks to new technologies that connect car interiors with mobile platforms....

January 22, 2018, Monday


GM vows to tap new technologies

Matt Tsien, president of General Motors China, has been with the US-based carmaker for 37 years....

January 22, 2018, Monday


Detroit auto show offers nostalgia, glamor

THE car industry tied its latest offerings to American nostalgia and Hollywood glamor at the ongoing Detroit auto show, which will end this Sunday. But on the sidelines, there were lingering questions ...

January 22, 2018, Monday


Full speed ahead as carmakers shift gears

CHINA is expected to maintain its status as the world’s largest auto market this year, with a record-high 29 million cars sold, according to the Ministry of Commerce. That’s just over a third of the ...

December 25, 2017, Monday


The young drive future of China’s auto industry

The future of China’s auto market seems destined to be shaped by the whims of a younger generation that often has its own ideas about what is fun and practical to drive....

December 25, 2017, Monday


If you can invent a better vacuum cleaner, why not an electric car?

Dyson Ltd, the British technology company most commonly associated with revolutionizing vacuum cleaners and other household appliances, is moving into the increasingly crowded realm of electric car development. The ...

December 25, 2017, Monday


Glib car salesmen: meet the new dinosaurs

In a sharp contrast to the industry-wide revolution to eliminate fossil-fueled vehicles, little evolutionary is happening to an equally old living fossil: automotive retailing....

November 20, 2017, Monday


Trucks drivers may become obsolete, replaced by sensors, automatic controls

Commercial application of self-driving trucks is progressing perhaps more steadily than for autonomous passenger cars because trucks operate on open highways and aren’t subject to the vagaries of downtown...

November 20, 2017, Monday


Waymo cars hit the road without drivers

Waymo earlier this month said that its self-driving cars are hitting the road without anyone behind the wheel as the Alphabet subsidiary steers toward launching an automated ride service....

November 20, 2017, Monday




 

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