On August 29, Tuhu Car Inc., an e-commerce platform for automobile maintenance, submitted an application for a listing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx).
By the end of June 2022, the number of motor vehicles in China had reached 406 million units, including 310 million cars and 10.01 million new energy vehicles.
A car accident involving a Lexus LM in Guigang, Guangxi Province on July 28 has aroused heated discussion and concern within the Chinese internet.
Chinese EV and battery maker BYD has completed the Norwegian listing of its Tang EV and held a first car delivery event in Oslo on August 12.
Chinese self-driving startup QCraft, along with China Mobile and research firm CB Insights, published a report on the performance of China’s first driverless bus at the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show.
A range of Chinese media outlets reported on Tuesday that Didi Chuxing is expected to start its own automobile manufacturing business. One report from _LatePost_ (https://www.latepost.com/news/dj_detail?id=575) further revealed concrete details on plans to have the company’s Vice President Yang Jun lead the new venture while the team actively recruits from major domestic auto manufacturers.
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.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has decided to build cars, amid a period of stagnant growth across the global smartphone industry, according to Chinese media outlet LatePost.