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Daimler wants to conquer China


The German company Daimller AG announced plans to build in China the largest factory in the world. The manufacturer of Mercedes hopes to conquer the rapidly growing automotive market in “the Middle Kingdom.” The new facility, which will cost about 2 billion euros, will be created by the end of 2014. It’s construction will help … Continue reading

China: Military license plates no longer allowed on luxury cars, more strictly controlled


China’s PLA (People’s Liberation Army) Daily reported on April 28 that the Chinese Defence Ministry has published a statement that new military license plates have been issued as replacements of old ones, to enhance overall control of military license plates. In an interview, the person in charge of military transport told the reporter that it … Continue reading

GM to boost Cadillac showrooms in China by 25% to challenge Audi


General Motors, the largest foreign automaker in China, will increase the number of Cadillac dealerships in the country by about 25 percent as it competes against German luxury automakers led by Volkswagen AG’s Audi. The Detroit-based company will add about 40 dealers for its upscale Cadillac brand next year, up from about 160 currently, Bob Socia, GM’s … Continue reading

BMW M1 Homage (2009)


The car which brought the BMW M1 back from the dead is coming to Australia. The M1 Homage show car will headline for the German brand at the Melbourne Motor Show from the end of February. The original M1 broke the mould for BMW when it was launched in the late 1970s, as it was … Continue reading

BMW Concept X1 (2008)


German car maker BMW’s forever expanding range of X models – which currently includes the X3, X5 and X6 – will shortly be joined by the X1, a compact SUV that made its debut in concept form at the Paris Motor Show.The front end of the concept car features strong sculptural lines (especially the bonnet), … Continue reading

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