Leading Chinese automaker BYD's flagship SUV, the Tang DM-p, opened for pre-sale on Thursday night. The new model has three versions, with a pre-sale price range of 292,800 yuan - 332,800 yuan ($43,761 - $49,740).
Chinese automaker BYD unveiled photos on Wednesday of its flagship SUV, the Tang DM-p, and announced that a pre-sale launch event for the new car will be held on June 9.
According to the China Association of Automotive Manufacturers (CAAM), BYD and Tesla saw the most remarkable annual SUV sales growth rates from January to April of 2022.
New energy vehicle manufacturer XPeng Motors announced plans to launch two new color options for its G3i model, during a livestreaming event scheduled for 20:00 on May 20.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Li Auto announced on Wednesday a price increase for its six-seat premium electric SUV, the Li ONE.
Chinese carmaker Geely Auto Group announced that the hybrid version of the Geely Xingyue-L will open for pre-sale on December 25, although the specific price has not been announced yet.
Chinese automaker BYD has officially announced the 2022 Song MAX DM-i model on Thursday, which reportedly will be officially launched in the first quarter of 2022.
Xpeng unveiled its new G9 flagship smart SUV at the 19th Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition on Friday.
Chinese automaker BYD sent 100 of its "Tang" models to Norway on Monday, marking the first batch in the planned delivery of electric vehicles (EVs) to the European market.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker Nio has clarified that the new model to be launched next year will maintain the brand's high-end positioning, ending speculations that Nio would launch a less expensive entry-level car.
BAIC Motor officially announced on Thursday that it would adopt the in-house Harmony operating system recently launched by Huawei in the Arcfox Alpha S Huawei HI model and a new petrol SUV, both of which will be unveiled later this year.
China’s biggest SUV and pick-up manufacturer Great Wall Motors announced on March 21 that it will launch its flagship off-road vehicle, the TANK series, as a stand-alone brand.
Chinese smart electric vehicle company XPeng announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2020, showing a 265.8% year-on-year increase in deliveries and a 342.5% year-on-year growth in sales.
Volvo joined hands with Chinese tech companies including Alibaba’s AutoNavi and information tech company iFlyTek to launch its first pure-electric SUV XC40 RECHARGE on Sept. 26.
NIO shares surged as much as 12% on October 8 after the Chinese electric vehicle maker delivered 4,799 vehicles in the third quarter, up 35.1% from the second quarter, exceeding expectations by a large margin.