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A recently launched Chinese SUV featured a host of new technologies including an anime-style holographic personal assistant to help navigate for the driver. The SUV is the Bestune T77 from Chinese car maker First Automobile Works. The anime girl assistant is part of the “holographic intelligent control system” for the vehicle. It also comes with […]
Conglomerate Ayala Corp. has expanded its automotive portfolio with a deal to bring Maxus – a new brand of light commercial vehicles – to the Philippines, marking the fifth brand in its dealership portfolio. SAIC Maxus Automotive Co. Ltd. (Maxus) has appointed AC Industrial Technology Holdings Inc. (AC Industrials) as the official distributor of Maxus […]
How can you provide safety systems such as airbags and seatbelts, if no one knows where or how the passengers will be seated immediately before a collision?
BAODING, China — Wei Jianjun is the chief matchmaker in China’s love affair with the SUV. A decade ago, the chairman of Great Wall Motors Ltd. saw opportunity as the bulky vehicles began shedding their image in China as a farm tool. Wei cut back on making sedans and poured resources into its fledgling line […]
ONE OF the forerunners in the Philippine trucking industry is introducing a powerful heavy duty truck, the JAC Gallop. Jianghuai Automobile Co., Ltd., widely known as JAC Motors, is a leading automaker in the country today. With its reputation of quality and affordable vehicles in the international market, JAC has easily gained the trust of […]
I’ve had the pleasure (or should I say displeasure?) of driving a whole load of China-made cars which were generally, in my opinion, unfit for public consumption and road use. Stories of door handles coming off or various pieces of trim falling off, foglamps included, with all but the force of closing the doors are common, rampant and crucially for me at least, very real.