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Monday 22 April 2024
Tesla's price cuts trigger new round in China EV price war
Tesla Inc.'s weekend move to slash prices...
Monday 26 February 2024
Li Auto CEO Li Xiang schools the Chinese government on US auto history
Li Auto CEO Li Xiang has urged Beijing to establish a system for automotive mergers and acquisitions.
Wednesday 31 January 2024
A Tale of Two Fates in China's EV market
China's electric vehicle industry kicked off 2024 with a flurry of activity, showcasing a tale of triumph and turmoil among key players. While BYD celebrated a triumphant start, ...
Friday 29 December 2023
NIO's chip advancement sparks rivalry in the Chinese EV sector
In the surge of China-based automakers venturing into chip self-development for electric vehicles, EV firm NIO has strategically debuted its inaugural in-house designed AD chip, the...
Thursday 28 December 2023
Suppliers should gain resilience, cautious about the rise of Chinese EV makers
The emergence of China's homegrown automakers and EV companies has dramatically changed the world's largest car market. These companies have scaled up rapidly with the support from...
Monday 25 December 2023
ST signs long-term SiC supply contract with Li Auto
STMicroelectronics has inked a long-term supply agreement for silicon carbide (SiC) with Li Auto, a market leader in China's new energy vehicle sector, according to the companies...
Thursday 7 December 2023
Will lithium carbonate cost slump cut EV prices?
Battery-grade lithium carbonate prices have dropped from CNY600,000 (US$84,363) per tonne in November 2022 to the current value of CNY150,000, a decline of over 70%. Since batteries...
Tuesday 28 November 2023
Li Auto recruiting talents in Singapore to accelerate SiC development
Chinese EV maker Li Auto has strengthened its capabilities in chip development and is starting to hunt international talents. Media reported that the company is establishing a team...
Friday 24 November 2023
Chinese EV makers seeking partners for advanced chip development
More Chinese electric vehicle (EV) businesses are developing advanced sub-7nm chips in-house and are looking to Taiwan for ASIC and foundry partners, according to industry sources...
Monday 20 November 2023
BYD’s Tesla rival leads new EV launches at Guangzhou Auto Show
China's top-selling automaker BYD Co.'s unveiling of its long-awaited rival to Tesla Inc.'s Model Y — the Sea Lion 07 — led a slew of new vehicle launches at this year's...
Friday 10 November 2023
Record deliveries help Li Auto stay profitable for four consecutive quarters
China-based Li Auto maintained momentum in the third quarter of 2023, reporting CNY2.81 billion (US$385.5 million) in net income. The automaker said it plans to launch and deliver...
Monday 16 October 2023
Nio, Xpeng, Li Auto grow SiC adoption in EVs to gain traction
China-based automakers have announced their September sales. Emerging EV companies like Nio, Xpeng and Li Auto saw themselves on different growing paths. However, all three carmakers...
Friday 21 July 2023
Chinese IC designers keen to develop homegrown smart cockpit SoCs
Along with cars moving toward electrification and intelligence, the smart cockpit market is gradually gaining prominence. Currently, many Chinese carmakers adopt intelligent cockpit...
Thursday 20 July 2023
BYD, Li Auto smash foreign rivals during price war
China's electric-vehicle makers are defying an unprecedented price war with their share gains trouncing foreign rivals, and analysts say the rally may run further thanks to a stronger...
Wednesday 28 June 2023
China auto market recovery remains insignificant
The recovery of the Chinese auto market is expected to be insignificant in June, according to statistics from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA).
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