Elon Musk is there for the announcement.
Ferrari made Formula One rivals sit up and take notice after an ominous show of speed in qualifying for Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix. World championship leader Sebastian Vettel took pole position with a lap more than half a second faster than that of Valtteri Bottas, the fastest of the two Mercedes drivers in third place. The German's best time of one minute, 31.095 seconds -- a Shanghai circuit record -- turned up the heat on a chilly afternoon with Finnish team mate Kimi Raikkonen joining him o
Twitter tirade about China trade policy didn't seem to hurt matters.
Tesla says it will "more clearly define [its] plans for production in China by the end of the year."
Polestar plans to reveal the Polestar 1 at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show.
A huge market for electric cars.
The Briton eased his Mercedes across the line 6.2 seconds ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.
Sebastian Vettel's win in Australia ended a victory drought for Ferrari.
Porsche took another one-two victory in the 6 Hours of Shanghai to lock down the manufacturers' title in the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship one round early, putting it in prime position to take the drivers' championship as well.
China-based LeTV will tout its new SEE (Super Electric Eco-system) EV at the Shanghai Motor Show next year.
Tesla picks up momentum in China with more destination charging stations.
Cadillac announces a new plug-in hybrid option for the CT6 during the Shanghai Motor Show, and the model is coming to the US.
The Chinese market version of the next-gen Ford Taurus will make its debut on April 18 just before the Shanghai Auto Show. It isn't yet known how much of that new styling might cross the Pacific to the US, though.
Honda previews a boxy new crossover concept it has designed specifically for the Chinese market, set to debut at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show later this month.
Top Gear may still be first and foremost a UK television series, but it's long since grown beyond the original BBC program into an international brand, with versions of the show produced around the world. And now there's one more.
It has been two years since Lincoln first announced its plans to expand into China, and the first models destined for sale in the giant automotive market just came off the boat in Shanghai on September 10. It's going to be a few weeks before Chinese buyers actually have the chance to get behind the wheel, though.