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JAC Volkswagen, a new joint venture between Jianghuai Automobile and VW, said the first product under its new SOL electric vehicle brand will be a subcompact crossover, the E20X.
Infiniti says it will introduce a platform for its entire range when it shifts to exclusively electrified powertrains in 2021.
If the first wave of Japan-brand electric vehicles for China looks familiar, it should. Toyota, Nissan and Honda are simply rolling out EV versions of existing nameplates.
Nio, the Chinese electric vehicle startup that uses swappable batteries and puts a bobblehead digital assistant on the dashboard, wants to launch a global model in the U.S. by 2020.
BMW will export its first full-electric SUV, called the iX3, to global markets after it goes into production in 2020 at its joint-venture plant in China.
Nissan is accelerating its global electrification blitz by adding a full-electric version of the Sylphy small car in China as it chases global sales of 1 million electrified vehicles in five years.
Lexus is so confident in the performance chops of its redesigned ES sedan that it is giving the remake of one of its frumpiest nameplates an F Sport version for the first time.
BMW previewed the expansion of full-electric cars into its core product lineup with the iX3 concept at the Beijing auto show.
Mercedes is betting on a hybrid SUV-sedan to attract wealthy Chinese buyers to its Maybach ultraluxury brand.
Mercedes aims to widen the brand's appeal to Chinese buyers with a long-wheelbase version of its latest A class.
The first vehicle announced under General Motors' ambitious effort to introduce at least 20 electric or fuel cell vehicles by 2023 will be the Buick Velite 6 for China.
The next-generation Lexus ES sedan, which will debut at the Beijing auto show, will feature a more stylized body with a more prominent version of the brand's polarizing spindle grille.
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