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Hyundai feels heat from Japanese rivals in China

  Hyundai Motor Co. says its vehicle sales in China rose only 1 percent year-on-year in November -- evidence that the Korean automaker could be one of the biggest losers from the resurgence of Japanese brands in China.  Japanese carmakers are launching new models, and are benefiting from the end of anti-Japan protests that played havoc with China sales last year.  Toyota Motor Corp.'s China sales


Toyota Verso to get BMW diesel

  Toyota expects the addition of a BMW-sourced diesel will make it more competitive in Europe's compact minivan segment. Starting in February, the Toyota Verso will be offered with BMW's 1.6-liter diesel.  "More than 50 percent of this minivan sector is 1.6-liter diesel, which we didn't have," Gerald Killmann, project director at Toyota Motor Europe's r&d center, told Automotive News Europe.  


Tesla says Germany clears Model S after fires

  Tesla Motors' Model S, the electric car being investigated for a possible U.S. recall, was cleared of any safety defect in a review by Germany's transportation regulator, the company said.  Tesla had been asked to provide technical data to the German Federal Motor Transport Authority after three recent crashes involving the Model S that ended in fires.  The German agency, like the U.S. National


Saab to restart 9-3 production two years after bankruptcy

  Saab's new owner, National Electric Vehicle Sweden, will begin series production of the 9-3 mid-sized sedan at its plant in Trollhattan, Sweden, on Monday, almost two years to the day since the company was forced to file for bankruptcy.  The last cars produced by the automaker rolled off the production line in April 2011. Saab, then under the control of Spyker NV, filed for bankruptcy on Dec. 19


China puts brakes on corruption with civil servant car restr

  China is cracking down on civil servant abuse of government vehicles by changing how they are allocated and banning "general use," one of a slew of edicts aimed at overhauling the Communist Party's reputation for extravagance and corruption.  China's curbing of cars for official use will not include vehicles used by emergency services, law enforcement, or those with particular "special technolog


Drive to speed up for new energy vehicles

  Four ministries are throwing their collective weight behind alternative-fuel vehicles, with a new round of subsidies set for more than two dozen cities and urban clusters by 2015.  The Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the National Development and Reform Commission on Monday jointly confirmed that 28 cities and ar


Slashing government cars

  Very few government cars will be kept and government employees will choose whatever transport means available for official business. This is a stipulation in a document championing frugality that the CPC Central Committee and the State Council jointly released on Monday.  There has never been such a clear-cut specification to cut the money spent on government motor vehicles despite the fact that


PSA hires Tavares as next CEO

  PSA/Peugeot-Citroen has hired former Renault Chief Operating Officer Carlos Tavares to lead the French manufacturer out of a six-year slump in European demand that has sapped the finances of the region's second-biggest carmaker.  Tavares, 55, will replace Philippe Varin, the 61-year-old current CEO, in 2014, the Paris-based company said in a statement Monday.  Tavares will join the management bo


Fiat will produce Ottima hatchback in China

  Fiat S.p.A. is counting on the all-new Ottima compact hatchback to increase output at its underutilized Chinese factory.  The China-only car, which will be unveiled Thursday at an auto show in Guangzhou, is derived from the Viaggio compact sedan.  Starting in 2014, the Ottima will be built alongside its sister model in the central China city of Changsha by GAC Fiat Automobiles Co., the Italian a


Daimler, BYD to introduce a production-ready Denza EV at Sha

  Daimler AG and partner BYD Auto say they plan to introduce the production version of their Denza electric car at the Beijing auto show next April.  The car will go on sale next summer, according to Daimler.  Three dealership groups -- Zhongsheng Group Holdings Ltd., Lei Shing Hong Auto (China) Management Co. and Pangda Automobile Trade Co. -- signed agreements last July to sell and service the v


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