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It looks may be derivative, but there's probably some cool technology hiding underneath.

He's in a tight spot!

Needing neither forty acres nor forty sticks of dynamite, a trucker showed off his prodigious skills recently by threading his rig through a tight gap in a busy neighborhood in an unidentified Chinese city.

Here's the teaser before it's unveiled November 21st.

It'll produce a megawatt of power, says NextEV.

Lose a front seat, gain more infotainment and Orrefors crystal.

A proper setup for work or leisure.

But don't worry, he's taking a massive pay cut.

With the company's lofty goals, it was only a matter of time before money became an issue.

It will be a PHEV, so probably not a variant of the Chevrolet Volt.

The new Velite will be part of GM's broader effort to expand electrified-vehicle offerings under the Buick badge.

Carlos Ghosn, chief of the Renault-Nissan alliance, predicts lots of cheap EVs in China.

Chinese consumers can get nearly $20,000 hacked off the price of an electric vehicle.

No dealers, connectivity – it's definitely forward-looking.

Geely’s Lynk & Co. gives us a peek at its first car.

The company and its first model are still shrouded in mystery.

Lynk & Co. will debut first in China, then Europe and the United States.

Stay tuned for all the official details on October 20.

A traffic cop in China got a nasty surprise last week when a car sped away from his checkpoint while he clung desperately to the hood.

China's strict emissions laws are having an effect.

Forget diesels already.

Renault follows Volvo with autonomous-driving announcement.

Zoe, Europe's best-selling electric-vehicle, will be the base for self-driving prototype in Wuhan.

China accounts for the lion's share of petroleum perks.

Many of those efforts are deemed "inefficient" examples of exploration and extraction.

Tesla says, well, maybe not.

Don't worry, it should be fixed now.

The money is flowing in what is already a huge EV market.

This will likely help Faraday Future, too.

Freak out in a Moonage daydream.

Chinese driver's family sued Tesla after a Model S hit a street sweeper.

Tesla says it has no way of knowing whether or not Autopilot was engaged at the time of the crash.

VW announces joint-venture agreement with China-based Jianghuai.

A billion people. A billion EVs?

When it comes to infrastructure work, the Chinese go big.

Say 'ni hao' to the BMW X1 xDrive25Le iPerformance.

Don't get too excited about this new PHEV in the US.

...Or somone leaked images from inside a storage facility.

Images of the SUV surfaced in China. It looks like the CrossBlue.

China has the largest ground to make up for EV shortfall, followed by the US and the European Union.

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