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    Official: GM China shows off electrification efforts with wide range of e-powertrains

    As of earlier this year, China is General Motors' largest new vehicle market, as measured by new model sales. Given the company's focus on electrification, it makes sense that GM would want to show off some electrified vehicles there. That's just what happened as an "electrification workshop" in ...

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    GM to participate in Shanghai EV International Pilot City Partnership

    General Motors signed a letter of intent to participate in the Shanghai EV International Pilot City Partnership – a program organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers of China, the Jiading District Shanghai International Automobile City Management Committee Office and Tongji University. ...

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    GM urges China to subsidize imported models (like the Volt, hint, hint)

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    IHS Automotive, an industry forecasting and analysis firm, quotes General Motors China vice president David Chen as stating:
    China is the only country that has different subsidy policies [for electric vehicles based on origin]. ...

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    GM breaks ground on Advanced Technical Center in Shanghai

    China's emergence as the world's largest automotive market, combined with the country's push to become leaders in advanced vehicle technology makes the nation a prime location for General Motor's new research and development facility. The groundbreaking ceremony at its Advanced Technical Center ...

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    SAIC-GM-Wuling JV unveils Baojun, a new entry-level brand

    Following an explosion of interest from new, entry-level car buyers in China, General Motors and joint venture partners Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. (SAIC) and Wuling Motors have announced the creation of the Bajoun brand. The new brand will focus on passenger cars that slot in beneath ...

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    GM to get boost from China's fuel-efficient vehicle incentives

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    If you recall, China recently introduced a $442 (U.S. at the current exchange rate) subsidy for fuel-efficient, gasoline-powered vehicles. While China's introduction of the new incentive was meant to spur sales for its domestic ...

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    Shanghai GM to boost vehicle efficiency 15 percent, performance 14 percent by 2015

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    Shanghai GM, a joint venture between General Motors and China's SAIC, has outlined plans for the next phase of the company's "Drive to Green" strategy. Phase two includes several fuel economy-related targets that the company hopes to ...

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    GM to add hybrids, electrics and more to boost Chinese sales, aims for 3 million by 2015

    Last month, General Motors sold more vehicles in China than the U.S. Surprising? No, not really. The company has managed more sales in China than any other overseas automaker, but that's still not good enough for GM. They want more, and who can blame them? GM is aiming for 3 million units per ...


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