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It was going to be built in the Mexico plant that Ford had planned.

This is why we wear our seat belts, everyone.

They'll be used in carsharing and ride-hailing projects in Tianjin.

Saabs without the Saab badge.

It could sell its share of AESC to a Chinese venture capital firm.

Where will Nissan get its future batteries?

The project is worth $740 million.

The partners can build up to 100,000 all-electric vehicles per year.

Plant will have 200,000-vehicle yearly capacity.

Would you drive a Trumpchi?

VLF Automotive will build the Hummer H1 copy in Michigan.

It won't sell to US customers, though.

Talk about a dude desperate to use the HOV lane.

$22 worth of electronics is all it takes.

GAC Motor plans to begin selling cars in the United States in 2019.

Which presidential name with they choose next?

The world's largest automakers are creating cars tailored specifically for the Chinese automobile market. Here are the latest from the Shanghai Auto Show.

More details coming next week at Shanghai auto show.

Volvo, which is owned by China-based Zhejiang Geely, will produce its first all-electric vehicle in that country.

It's supposed to return to U.S. market as 2019 model.

Does that mean they'll get it before we do?

Part of Beijing's big push to cut its heavy air pollution.

BEIJING (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said it will launch a plug-in hybrid car in China in 2018 and a fully electric sport-utility vehicle in the next five years, as it works toward electrifying most of its lineup in the world's biggest auto market by 2025. This comes at a time when Beijing is urging automakers to sell more electric vehicles, laying out strict fuel economy targets and subsidizing certain new energy vehicle models, in a bid to cut air pollution and promote technological innovation.

The same company is also backing some Chinese EV players.

And more plug-ins are planned.

A 1.5-liter engine coupled with twin electric motors and a lithium ion battery pack sounds familiar, no?

The city has five times as many cabs as New York.

Beijing, taxi companies would have to come up with about $1.3 billion to replace gas-powered cabs with electric vehicles.

GT96 extended-range plug-in has more than 1,000 horsepower.

Techrules' GT96 extended-range plug-in vehicle gets tested by professional driver in Italy.

It's still the automaker's second most successful year ever.

It's still the automaker's second most successful year ever.

Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd. has already overtaken LG Chem production.

China's CATL surpasses LG Chem in li-ion battery production, and BYD, Panasonic, and Tesla could be next.

The automaker debuted three new cars in Detroit.

The automaker is also planning a research and development facility in the US.

And that's not counting the 200,000 plug-in trucks and buses

China beat the US and Europe in plug-in vehicle sales last year, and is only going to lengthen its lead.

Sourcing the battery cells locally would cut costs and gain more headway in the rapidly-expanding Chinese market.

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