One Tesla driver in China took matters into his own hands by plugging his Tesla Model S into a utility pole.
China is now the first country where Tesla will install home connectors for you, for free, rather than making you do it yourself. Is that enough to turn flagging sales around?
Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk said today during the company’s post-earnings conference call that he’s “still confident” in the Chinese market.
AutoDeal helps buyers compare vehicles and find promotions to ensure they get value for their money.
Tripda is aimed at people who want to fill an empty seat in the car for a long trip. But this isn’t exactly hitchhiking – money must change hands.
Driving tracker gizmos are starting to multiply in number as quickly as fitness trackers. Alongside app-connected gadgets like Automatic, a startup from China is also hoping to persuade people to use ...
Baidu’s CarPlay will come with a range of Baidu services, incorporate free navigation, and support third-party apps.
The head of Beijing's transportation committee has said that Uber's private-car business model is illegal. But that doesn't necessarily mean Uber and similar services are down for the count...
When you think of custom cars, the Toyota Prius is probably one of the last that comes to mind. In Japan, however, hybrids and EVs get the tuner treatment.
China’s Ministry of Transport says it's now cracking down on private cars charging for rides.
Today, South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy announced US$400 million in backing for a new breed of tech startups.
This Pakistani startup has just lured in a former Rocket Internet executive as it plots a roadmap to expansion.
LeTV is taking this electric car thing very seriously, and it has already assembled some talent from places like Tesla and BMW in its Silicon Valley team.
LeTV's CEO has revealed that his company is working on an electric car, and in the long run, it plans to topple the world's top automakers.
Car rental startup iCarsClub and PPzuche, which spans Singapore and mainland China, has raised US$60 million in series B funding, the team confirmed today. The investment comes from IDG Capital Partne...
Now that people are getting used to viewing analytics about their health, a number of startups are taking the notion of “quantified self” and useful data to our cars.
If you run a startup that has anything to do with cars in China, then there’s a pretty good chance you got funded recently.
A number of Chinese startups see this foreign holiday boom as a new business opportunity, even catering to the traveling hordes while they’re far outside of China.