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Audi Continues Focus on Worldwide Markets with A4L Launch

Audi Continues Focus on Worldwide Markets with A4L Launch

Continuing to invest in the worldwide markets that are ensuring its continued growth, Audi debuted its new A4L yesterday in Beijing, China. The vehicle is a 2009 Audi A4 with a wheelbase extended 2.36 inches. Audi says the vehicle is a smart mix of sports sedan and luxury vehicle, and may be... read more

November 17, 2008 by  - 6
 
Brilliance Auto

Cheap Chinese Gas

While American motorists have been watching the numbers on their local gas pumps go up and up and up, drivers on the other side of the world don't seem to mind - indeed... read more June 12, 2008 by  2


 
Brilliance Auto

China's Hot Car Market Cools Down

If we're lucky, the U.S. auto market will post no more than a 10 percent decline this year. From the peaks we saw early in the decade, the numbers will drop to barely 15... read more June 6, 2008 by  1


 

April Fools' Joke from Jaguar?

Everyone's getting in on the April Fools' Day jokes, including, we think, the funsters and wagsters at Carscoop. Witness this image here: according to the copy, it's a Jaguar... read more April 1, 2008 by  9


 

Audi Adds a Gear to Dual-Clutcher

Audi and Volkswagen have had great success with their own version of BorgWarner's dual-clutch transmission. And now, with the appearance of BMW’s new seven-speed... read more March 25, 2008 by  0


 

Volkswagen Sponsors Beijing Olympics

Mark your calendar for August 2-8, Olympic fans and hopefuls. The 2008 Olympic games are, for the first time, being held in China. And Volkswagen is getting in on the fun as... read more March 24, 2008 by  4


 
2008 Buick Invicta concept

Buick Invicta Concept: Shanghaied in New York

It won't be displayed in the clay until the Beijing auto show on April 19, but Buick's letting more than a few whispers out about its new Invicta concept. While we're... read more March 18, 2008 by  4


 

BYD Is No P.Y.T.

There was a new name from China at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, and it was BYD. The initials stand for Build Your Dreams, and the company was formed in 1995 with the... read more March 6, 2008 by  4


 

The Week in Reverse

The Geneva motor show is upon us--the ever-predictable diesels, hybrids and city cars as well as the Rinspeed flake-o-rama. What keeps us up at night: why is Geneva a "motor"... read more March 3, 2008 by  0


 

I'll Have a Piece of Cloud, Please

As we've said in previous posts, the Chinese automakers at the Detroit show just didn't look quite ready for prime time in a lot of ways. Outside the obvious questions such... read more January 15, 2008 by  4


 

Chinese Brands Not Ready for America Yet

No less than five different Chinese automakers are making an appearance at the 2008 Detroit auto show this week, but according to analysts from PriceWaterhouseCoopers... read more January 12, 2008 by  1


 

Shaking Things Up at the Shanghai Motor Show

Forget the Mao suits and rickshaws. If you want to see some of the sexiest couture draped over the latest cars and concept vehicles, head to China. TCC Team, Publisher of... read more April 24, 2007 by  3


 

Hey, Mister, Wanna Date – or a Truck?

Political correctness be damned. Modern China’s founder, Mao Zedong may have promised a truly egalitarian society, but today’s increasingly capitalistic Chinese... read more April 21, 2007 by  3


 

GM's Burns Gets Shanghaied - or, Almost Doesn't

What if you gave a news conference and nobody came? Worse, what would happen if the guy who’s supposed to be the star of the show can’t get in? That nearly... read more April 21, 2007 by  1


 

Look at Buick’s New Aggro Attitude

Buick is tired of getting smacked around by Lexus, Acura, Volvo—heck, even by Hyundai. And while GM’s Saturn and Chevy brands have gotten their HGTV on and... read more March 20, 2007 by  1


 

GM Gets 2006 Books Off its Desk

Pardon Rick Wagoner if he’s blasting a little AC/DC today, since GM reported that it made $2.2 billion last year, $180 million of it in the fourth quarter. GM’s... read more March 14, 2007 by  0


 

 
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