Nissan Motor is joining General Motors and Tesla Motors, the largest US sellers of rechargeable cars, in promoting the money-saving benefits of battery-powered cars over saving the planet.
Guangdong plans to spend 57.3 billion yuan (HK$70.82 billion) over the next 10 years to lead the mainland in producing new-energy vehicles, but will still fall far short of the sales target.
BYD chairman Wang Chuanfu laid out a bold plan yesterday to replace 3,000 taxis running on liquefied petroleum gas in Hong Kong with its e6 electric cars within two years.
The municipal government plans to buy 5,000 electric vehicles this year, the Beijing Times reports. Most of the vehicles will be used by civil servants or bus companies for public transport.
Formula E Holdings, promoter of the Formula E Championship, also made public its preliminary list of eight cities selected to host races next year - omitting Hong Kong.
It is common for employees in Hong Kong to work long hours. There appears to be no change in this state of affairs despite efforts by the government to change the working culture.
Saab Automobile is raising fresh hopes in its Swedish hometown as the mothballed brand gears up for another revival, more than a year after it went bankrupt.
Grand Prix motor racing could be coming to Hong Kong - but not as we know it. A Hong Kong-based consortium, Formula E Holdings, is planning to bring Formula E, high-speed electric-car racing, to...
Electric cars, which have near-silent engines, will need to have noise-making devices installed to let people know they are near, under a US government proposal.
Toyota Motor, the world's largest carmaker, was set to delay the launch of a new line at its factory in Tianjin because a decline in its Chinese sales was likely to continue, Japan's Asahi...
Brightoil blames heavy losses on poor demand
Mainland electric carmaker BYD's third-quarter profit slumped 94 per cent due to weak domestic demand and losses from it solar panel business.