Starting from September 7th, FAW-Volkswagen will expand the recall of certain imported A8L, RS7, S6, and S7 vehicles produced between November 4th, 2013 and October 22nd, 2015.
The 20th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition opened on April 18th. The exhibition showcased an impressive portfolio of EV models from Chinese firms, while many large multinational car companies were represented by their leaders who attended in person.
Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari opened its first official clothing online store on China's e-commerce platform Taobao. The most expensive item is a gray women's mid-length trench coat, priced at 44,500 yuan ($6,187).
Chinese electric vehicle company NIO unveiled its ET7, EL7 and ET5 models for sale in Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Sweden at a European launch event held in Berlin on October 7.
The construction for Audi FAW New Energy Vehicle Co., Ltd. will start in Changchun, Jilin Province, at the end of June, aimed at becoming a key milestone in Audi's electrification strategy in China.
Audi, which is owned by Volkswagen, filed a lawsuit in a Munich court accusing China's NIO of infringing Audi's trademark rights.
Content with "Audi Xiaoman (Grain Buds) Advertising Plagiarism" and "Audi and Andy Lau" emerged as trending topics on Weibo on May 21.
A new energy vehicle project jointly managed by German luxury car brand Audi and Chinese auto giant FAW has recently received formal approval.
German automaker Audi has teamed up with Chinese tech giant Tencent to work on an intelligent and interconnected digital ecosystem for future vehicles, including digital cockpits, digital marketing and other user operations.
At a forum for intelligent transportation and the Internet of Vehicles (IoV), Audi China received a Level 4 autonomous driving road test license in the city of Wuxi on Sept. 14. The test will take place at an autonomous vehicle testing facility in the Chinese city the same day.