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Uber has released yet another product called "UberCommute," which is specifically geared for drivers going to certain locations who want to split the cost of the trip.


China Automakers Don't Face Same Challenges US Companies Do, Alleges Tesla

The electric-vehicle maker wants a more equal import and partnership policy between the US and China.


Uber's biggest Chinese rival, Didi Kuaidi, has invested an undisclosed amount in Lyft to challenge the ride sharing behemoth.


The Chinese auto market is continuing to get weaker, and August was the third consecutive month with falling sales there. Domestic automakers are growing, while some foreign brands are struggling.


Company Wants To Build Supercar/EV That's Quicker Than The Model S

Martin Leach's Shanghai-based electric-vehicle startup is called NextEV and it looks to debut its first model next year.


Reuters reports that Chinese conglomerate BAIC is in talks to take 'a major stake' in Daimler. If a deal is done, BAIC will be one of Daimler's largest shareholders.


It's A Happy Supercar, But Will It Be A Real One?

LeTV shows off the first sketches of its planned electric car, called Le* Car. Company founder Jia Yueting plans for his luxury offering to compete with Tesla.


MyTime, a subsidiary of the same Chinese holding company that owns Geely Automotive and Volvo, now owns Miller Motorsports Park in Utah.


Industry veteran and former Ford of Europe CEO Martin Leach resurfaces with an unnamed company working on an EV, based in China and California.


Dongfeng Has Worked With Nissan, Honda, Peugeot

Saab buyer NEVS will work with China-based Dongfeng on developing green vehicles.


Geely gives us an advance look at its upcoming new sport-utility vehicle, designed by former Volvo chief designer Peter Horbury, ahead of its upcoming debut.


Toyota's factory in Tianjin, China is closed until at least August 19 due to evacuations in the area related to the massive explosion there last week. Other automakers are also feeling the effects.


Toyota, Land Rover and Renault also affected

Volkswagen lost thousands of cars and crossovers in the explosion that rocked the Chinese city of Tianjin yesterday, including over 1,000 Touaregs.


Five Uber drivers arrested in Hong Kong after a raid by police. The issue is potentially illegal taxi operations.


BMW and Toyota are the latest automakers concerned about the state of the Chinese auto market through the rest of this year. Signs are indicating there for the situation to keep getting weaker.


The days might be numbered for the Audi R8's 4.2-liter V8, as a report claims the base model will offer a new 2.9-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 in its place.


GM is preparing to add a new Chevy-branded family vehicle to emerging markets, which it expects to sell some two million units per year by 2019.


The Youxia X is an offbeat Chinese car that looks a lot like a Tesla Model S. While the styling is very similar between the two electric sedans, the Youxia takes liberal inspiration from KITT and Knight Rider.


The Borgward brand will return to market with an SUV to be shown at the 2015 Frankfurt auto show. But critics are skeptical of the high-flying relaunch plans.


General Motors hauled in a dandy $1.1 billion in net income during its second quarter, on the back of $1.1 billion in "special items," the company revealed.


Autocar reports that the LandWind X7, an exterior clone of the Range Rover Evoque, goes on sale in China next month for just about one-third the Evoque's price.

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