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Lexus prepares two new products at once
Lexus prepares two new products at once

Lexus has announced the appearance of the refreshed ES at the Shanghai International Auto Show, which will open to the press on April 19. Taking into account the cancellation and postponement of car exhibitions, the motor show in the PRC promises to be the largest and most striking event in the auto world over the… More

Revamped Volvo XC60: premiere just around the corner
Revamped Volvo XC60: premiere just around the corner

The Swedish company Volvo is going to update its Volvo XC60 crossover. The novelty will be shown in Shanghai on April 19. However, the first “live” photographs of the car were already available on Wednesday, April 7th. The snapshots can be used to assess the differences from previous versions. So, the novelty will receive a… More

Volkswagen unveils Talagon’s biggest crossover
Volkswagen unveils Talagon’s biggest crossover

This will happen within the framework of the Shanghai International Motor Show, which is less than a month away from the start. The German company Volkswagen is preparing the premiere of the largest SUV car in the model range. According to the portal “New Cars”, a crossover called Talagon will be shown to the general… More

The Chinese auto industry: the transition to quality development
The Chinese auto industry: the transition to quality development

China’s auto industry has entered a crucial period of restructuring, In this context, the local brands need to transform to adapt to the latest trends of the industry, the organizers of the three-day Chinese Autoforum 2020, which has just completed its work in Shanghai. The forum, which was held for 9 years, is a major… More

Coronavirus hopefully: Tesla is gaining momentum in China
Coronavirus hopefully: Tesla is gaining momentum in China

Today (April 10) in Tesla announced that the automaker began to sell in China two versions of Model 3, built at the company’s factory in Shanghai. This means that all Model 3 sedans sold in China now have local production, and therefore are not subject to import tax. Turn of events happens at the end… More

Chinese dependence: the impact of coronavirus on automakers
Chinese dependence: the impact of coronavirus on automakers

The number of cases of infection with coronavirus in China (at the time of writing the news about 24 300) has led to the fact that the government forcibly suspended operations in several provinces. Such actions were undertaken at the end of January. Including stopped working and companies-vehicle manufacturers and component suppliers. Official production holidays… More