The Changsha division of Chinese carmaker BYD has been in the public spotlight during recent days following allegations of damaging pollution.
Hubei Xingji Times Technology Co., Ltd., which is affiliated with domestic auto giant Geely, has recently obtained authorization for two smartphone design patents.
After joining Great Wall Motors and working out the company's necessary domestic business plan, Kaushikl Ganguly has quit as overseas Director.
NIO Capital, an investment company founded by Chinese electric vehicle company Nio Inc., announced on Monday that it had closed the NIO Capital Eve ONE Fund II L.P., worth about $400 million.
Leaks have emerged recently claiming Chinese electric vehicle firm NIO intends to enter the mobile phone industry.
Domestic automaker Great Wall Motors' application for transferring its registered trademark "Landing Ship" to local competitor BYD has been approved and made public.
Tesla had reportedly removed an electronic control unit in the steering system of its Model 3 and Y vehicles made in Shanghai, in order to cope with the ongoing global chip shortage.
The CAAM released a report pointing out that the production and sales volume of new energy vehicles in China were 3.545 million and 3.521 million respectively.
A Chilean court said that it had decided to accept the appeal and suspend the bidding for the national lithium mine issued two days ago, on the grounds that the bidding process was in doubt.
Chinese automaker Geely signed an agreement with the Wuxi city government for the landing of its high-performance electric drive project, with a total investment of 10 billion yuan ($1.57 billion).
Chinese EV startup Aiways Automobile on Monday received a new round of financing from Chen Xuanlin and Dongbai Industrial Group (owned by Chen), with a total financing amount reaching several hundred million US dollars.
XPeng Inc., a leading Chinese smart electric vehicle (EV) company, announced its vehicle delivery results for December 2021 and the fourth quarter 2021 on Saturday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has recently affected a production base of automaker BYD in China's northwestern city of Xi'an.
At 3:00 in the morning on December 23, a new energy vehicle parked on Gangfeng Road, Haikou, Hainan caught fire, affecting nearby vehicles and buildings.
Several undercover road test photos of a suspected BYD Han EV convertible have been leaked on Thursday.