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South Carolina plant will add another 2,500 workers to the 2,000 already being recruited

South Carolina plant will add another 2,500 workers to the 2,000 already being recruited.

But Geely says it could be a good move for other brands.

Sales in Europe and China helped drive up earnings 21 percent.

Volvo, Geely, and Lynk & Co. will share vehicle architecture and engine technology.

Plug-in cab takes a few quiet laps at the fest

London Taxi Co. shows off a prototype of an electric TX5 with a range extender at UK's Goodwood Festival of Speed.

But it will still do performance upgrades.

Geely Holding will acquire a controlling interest in British sports car maker Lotus Cars.

Geely says it has plans to revitalize the Lotus brand.

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.

The concept is called CCC for short.

"Unfortunately you won't be able to buy it. Unless you're Batman. Then you have one already."

The 02 shares facial features with its big brother, the 01.

The Geely-owned company uses Volvo architecture.

The French automaker just purchased Opel from GM.

Groupe PSA is the sole remaining bidder.

London Taxi Company TX5 will be a range-extended EV.

It's due to arrive at the end of the year.

We can all hope for Lotus-tuned Volvo wagons.

Lotus has been owned by Proton since 1996.

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.

Chinese car maker supplies technical assistance and cash, plus other project updates.

We sat down with Chief Engineer Mark Chapman for the latest updates on the project.

Ex-Volvo executive Freeman Shen raised the money for his EV startup.

Because that's how things happen these days.

Autoline on Autoblog with John McElroy

John McElroy discusses how Chinese automotive design is coming into its own.

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