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Volkswagen ID.3 goes on sale in China, prices start at around $25,000
The launch of the ID.3 is expected to further boost the performance of VW's ID. lineup, which saw 10,126 deliveries in China in September. ...
Leap Motor delivers its flagship SUV C11 to first owners
Leap Motor aims to deliver 6,000 C11s this year, with 1,000 in October, 2,000 in November and 3,000 in December. ...

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Mercedes-Benz EQA, EQB open for pre-order in China, prices start at around $58,000
The Mercedes-Benz EQC registered 3,472 units in China from January to July, compared to 49,155 units for the NIO in the same period. ...
Bosch China exec visits Jidu Auto, possibly for talks on 2023 chip capacity bookings, report says
Bosch China President Chen Yudong said earlier this month that shortages of automotive chips will become the norm, the problem is just the extent. ...
SAIC-VW ID.4 X and ID.6 X get limited-time price cuts
All SAIC-VW's ID.4 X models have been reduced in price by RMB 24,000 ($3,750), and the ID.6 models have been reduced by RMB 31,000. ...
Leap Motor to begin deliveries of its flagship SUV C11 on Oct 22
The model starts at about $25,000 and has a 0-100 km acceleration time as short as less than 5 seconds. ...
Volkswagen ID.3 will be officially launched in China on Oct 22
Volkswagen's ID. series saw 10,126 deliveries in China in September, and the launch of the ID.3 is expected to further boost that performance. ...
Great Wall Motor says Ora Good Cat gets over 6,000 orders within 48 hours of pre-sale in Thailand
The Ora Good Cat will be available for public sale in Thailand from October 29, with a pricing range of 900,000 baht ($27,000) - 1.2 million baht. ...
China-made Ford Mustang Mach-E sees first production vehicles roll off line
Ford China announced that official reservations for the Mustang Mach-E are available immediately, with deliveries expected by the end of the year. ...
Chinese official says auto chip shortage expected to ease in Q4 compared to Q3
A spokesman for the MIIT said the Chinese auto industry is still significantly affected by the chip shortage, but the situation is expected to ease. ...
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