Honda Motor Japan is making the move to take advantage of Thailand's tax incentives for manufacturing greener cars.
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These twin flagships are made to suit two different customers.
With a rated highway fuel economy of 4.3L/100km, the Bo Rui GE has become the most fuel-efficient sedan in its segment.
With different models built to cover a wide range of consumer needs, the debuts mark a chapter in the development of the Audi brand in the country.
The collaboration of Chinese-owned Saab and Koenigsegg, a Swedish super car brand may see the development of new electric vehicles.
Subaru engineers have released an all-new family hybrid vehicle with its renowned all-wheel drive technology still intact for surefooted handling.
Toyota is bringing innovation to this year's Paris Motor Show, which runs October 4-14, 2018, with a zone featuring all its latest models in their hybrid versions.
The eighth-generation (C8) Corvette will switch to a mid-engined layout for the first time in its illustrious history.
The London-listed aerospace giant, which is based in Derby in central England, showed off the plans at the Farnborough Airshow for the first time, as other players also rush into the market segment.
Geely Auto Group CEO An Conghui confident China will ultimately become global centre of a new energy revolution that would reinvent the car.
McLaren buyers evidently have no such compunction. They are racetrack —not ecologically— minded.
The strategy is more focused on using tax exemptions to add value rather than dropping the price, resulting in the cars being filled to the brim with features.
Honda have developed the Intelligent Dual Clutch Drive (i-DCD) hybrid system, capable of moving the car with the petrol engine turned completely off.
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