Low levels of ownership, a taste for foreign cars and seemingly endless market growth proved highly lucrative for the global OEMs which invested in China. Success is no longer guaranteed, however, due to strong new domestic competition and rapidly evolving preferences typical to the Chinese market.
In this special report, a variety of stakeholders provide insight into key aspects of China’s automotive industry.
In this report:
- China’s auto industry: from charcoal-powered cars to full autonomy
- Geely, China’s global automotive ambassador
- Interview: Wu Zhixin, Deputy Director, China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC)
- Emissions-free means NEV, says BYD
- Rule changes in China could alter NEV landscape
- China’s NEV market faces challenges
- China crisis? Global OEMs need new strategy as domestics evolve
- Open for business: The rise of car-sharing in China
- China’s passenger vehicle market: clean, connected, and sold online
- China – a unique market with global characteristics