Fiat, in conjunction with Tofaş R&D, revealed its new compact three-box Aegea sedan project at the Istanbul Motor Show. The new sedan, which will get a different name when it goes to production, is the first of three new models to be introduced for the EMEA region, replacing the Linea sedan and Bravo hatchback.
Category: Emerging Markets
As the Datsun brand stumbles in India, Renault-Nissan unveiled the Kwid Wednesday to take on the challenge of beating the best-selling Maruti Suzuki Alto.
Hitting showrooms Tuesday, Tata Motors announced its latest variant of the Nano city car: the GenX Nano.
Hyundai is planning on building a factory in Mexico, but only after annual domestic sales in the country rise to appropriate levels.
Aiming to build confidence among Chinese consumers, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has pledged his company will begin local production in China within three years.
Demand from the Middle East and Asia has helped fuel a new record in U.S. auto exports for the third consecutive year.
Chinese Internet overlord Baidu is buying a major stake into everyone’s favorite transportation network company, Uber.
Today, 50 units from Nairobi-based manufacturer Mobius are set to be delivered to customers, marking the first step for the company as it aims to prove Kenya — and the continent of Africa — can produce just as well as it supplies raw materials.
Chinese automotive sales are still growing, but at the lowest rate in the past 19 months as demand cools.
Last year, Renault-Nissan resurrected Datsun, positioning the brand for emerging markets — like India, Russia and Indonesia — with a portfolio of models that would attract new, young consumers whose wallets were a bit thin.
It’s not quite working out thus far.