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Ford's Third-Quarter China Sales Rise 25% Y/Y To 164,352 Vehicles

The result represents Ford's second consecutive quarterly sales increase in the world's biggest auto market following almost three years of decline.

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Ford Moves Escape SUV Production To Next Year

The automaker said it recalled 20,500 Kuga PHEV vehicles in Europe and last month suspended their sale as it looks into potential concern with the high voltage battery, which in certain cases could result in a fire.

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Hyundai Begins Building Electric Vehicle Hub In Singapore

Singapore is one of the world's most expensive places to buy a car and does not currently have any auto manufacturing capacity.

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General Motors Reports First Quarterly China Sales Growth In Two Years

The automaker's Wuling Hong Guang MINI EV, a micro two-door EV with a starting price of 28,800 yuan ($4,200), was China's biggest-selling EV in August.

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Tata Motors Global Wholesales Decline 16 % In Jul-Sep

Global wholesales for Jaguar Land Rover were 91,367 vehicles in the July-September quarter of FY21.

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BMW India Commences Pre-Launch Bookings Of 2 Series Gran Coupe

The upcoming model brings company's successful four-door coup concept into the segment for the first time, the automaker.

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Honda To Quit F1 To Focus On Zero-Emission Technology

Domestic rival Toyota Motor Corp last week said it expects annual sales of electric vehicles to reach 5.5 million in 2025, five years earlier than initially planned.

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M&M Clocks 4% Growth In Passenger Vehicle Sales For September

The company’s overall automotive sales (Domestic+Exports) stood at 35,920 vehicles in September 2020, compared to 43,343 vehicles during September 2019.

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Tesla Cuts Starting Price For China-Made Model 3 Cars By 8%

The starting price for Model 3 sedans made in Tesla's Shanghai factory with a standard driving range was 271,550 yuan, after state purchase subsidies.

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BMW Registers Non-Profit Company For Corporate Citizenship Projects In India

The foundation will go beyond the current programs to generate greater awareness and promote the causes through various partnerships and associations

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Main Renault Unions To Reject Cost-Cutting Plans

Loss-making Renault, which is 15% owned by the French government, has outlined 2 billion euros ($2.34 billion) in savings, including via job cuts and by reorganising its factories, to restore profitability.

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Toyota's Annual Global Electrified Vehicles Sales Could Reach 5.5 Million By 2025

Toyota in 2017 had announced a plan to sell 5.5 million electrified vehicles, including 4.5 million of hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles and 1 million electric and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, by 2030.

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Fiat To Pay $9.5 Million U.S. Fine For Misleading Investors On Emissions Audit

The U.S. government has stepped-up enforcement of vehicle emissions rules after Volkswagen AG admitted in September 2015 to intentionally evading emissions rules and has now incurred more than $30 billion in penalties and other costs.

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GM Will Repay $28 Million To Ohio In Tax Incentives After Closing Plant

Under an agreement with the Ohio Tax Credit Authority, GM will also be required to invest $12 million in the Mahoning Valley by the end of 2022.

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Hyundai In Talks With EU On Concessions Over Daewoo Deal

The European Commission opened a full-scale investigation into the deal last December, on concerns that the takeover could inflate prices and reduce competition in the market for cargo shipbuilding.

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