Ford Motor Co.' s luxury brand, Lincoln, has unveiled its first gasoline-electric hybrid, a version of its MKZ midsize sedan, at the Shanghai auto show. Lincoln said the MKZ will go on sale this year in China starting at 329,800 yuan. General Motors Co. has announced plans to manufacture and sell a gasoline-electric hybrid version of its Chevrolet Volt in China.
SHANGHAI— Volvo Cars, the Chinese-owned Swedish automaker, said Wednesday it plans to make electric cars in China for sale worldwide starting in 2019 amid pressure by Beijing for global auto brands to help develop its fledgling industry in alternatives to gasoline. The announcement at the Shanghai auto show is among a flurry of automakers' plans for electric...
SHANGHAI— The Latest on Auto Shanghai 2017:. Volkswagen said earlier it will launch a pure-electric car in China next year. It joins General Motors, Ford and other automakers that have announced electric models for China as Beijing steps up pressure on the industry to develop alternatives to gasoline.
SHANGHAI— Volkswagen, Europe's biggest automaker, plans to launch its first pure-electric car in China next year as Beijing steps up pressure on the industry to promote alternatives to gasoline. General Motors Co.' s Buick unit and Ford Motor Co. also have announced new electric vehicles for China this year. The VW model will be the first in a range of electric...
Tesla's Model X SUV was the overall top pick in the Automobile Association of America's 2017 Green Car Guide.
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Elon Musk gave details on four upcoming Tesla models on Thursday.
A defiant Musk took to Twitter to suggest the investors buy stock in Ford Motor instead. The Ford family controls the Detroit automaker through two classes of stock.
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