It will partner with a Geely-owned company.
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is expanding its efforts to block the use of Chinese technology in advanced vehicles, denying additional requests by Tesla for tariff relief on key components of its electric vehicles, and rejecting ride hailing company Uber's petition to waive tariffs on electric scooters. The office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) rejected requests to exempt the Model 3 car computer and center screen in May 29 letters, saying they both concern "a product str
Sales fell 16.4% in May, the 11th consecutive month of decline.
Volvo's request got rejected, too.
Tesla also requested exemption for its 17-inch touchscreen.
Meanwhile, an SUV from rival Nio caught fire, too.
The facility will set up shop in Beijing in partnership with Tsinghua University.
Company will make an announcement soon on where it locates plant
Automakers, at least the Chinese ones, claim up to 390 miles on a charge.
It has already received 26,000 orders for its first model.
That's the aim of the Qs concept it's showing in Shanghai
It's a fastback sedan said to boast Level 4 autonomous capability.
The GX is a new compact version introduced for China.
One more way automakers are aligning to make EVs profitable and affordable.
Ford already sells the Raptor and Ranger there, plans to add a new truck
He also spoke about European trade relations.
And cars that were cleared supposedly have been blocked from sale.