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In 2017, the four-year streak of double digit growth of the Chinese domestic passenger car market ended as sales increased 2,6% to just over 24,2 million, down from +17,2% last year. This is the lowest growth rate in at least a decade and a halft, possibly longer (we don’t have exact data from before 2003).
Here is the most completed list about all car brands, with its basic information, links to official sites, car logos etc. We usually update this list recently but don’t hesistate to add a brand that you see is missing by contacting us here.. The cars built by this manufacturer have a certain allure to them.
Operating Brands(Of the 30+ operating brands in 2018, the majority are compact cars, economy cars and small SUVs)
When people think of buying an automobile, Chinese cars are not their first choice. Usually, they go for Italian, German or American makes. At the same time, whenever we try to think of Chinese car brands list, nothing really comes to mind.
This statistic shows the accumulated annual production of passenger cars and commercial vehicles in China from 2008 to October 2018. In 2017, approximately 24.8 million passenger cars and 4.2 ...
After registering its lowest growth since 2011, China’s automotive market rebounded strongly in 2016 (Exhibit 1). Car sales jumped 20 percent, nearly twice the rate of increase in 2015. Much of this vigorous expansion resulted from the country’s temporary suspension of sales taxes for cars with ...
Some 44,700 new electric cars started zooming the Chinese streets last month, which made July the second best month ever for the segment. The electric car market grew 37% compared to the same ...
List Of All Car Brands and History Of the Auto Industry. Whether it be be a classic car, sports car, muscle car, your dream car or the most expensive one.
Car brands can be confusing — so here is a complete list of current manufacturers in alphabetical order. We have included links to each manufacturer’s website and essential information about each one.
At a time when every other new car from China is an EV, it is good to see that some car makers are staying the V8 course. The above SUV is a Toyota Land Cruiser clone, with a big fat 4.6 liter V8 under the bonnet.