Electric cars have had difficulty penetrating the automotive market, mostly attributed to the price that comes with them. A lot of that falls heavily on the features and technology tied up to it. The Baojun E100 tries to address the problems tied up to price with General Motors offering the two-seater hybrid to the Chinese market for just $5,300.
Tesla Inc. has finally made its long-promised affordable electric car. But it could take years to get it to all the people who want to buy it.
One Year On: Filipino Social Enterprises Better Equipped to Improve Quality of Education Following Completion of SAP Social Sabbatical Program
Following the completion of SAP Social Sabbatical Program in the Philippines last year, two participating social enterprises, Teach for the Philippines and Silid Aralan (SAI), reported that their organizations are better able to fulfill their respective missions to improve the quality of education for underprivileged Filipinos.
Thailand and Malaysia car tire sales strengthened while Indonesia and Philippines dipped in first eight months of 2016
Carmudi Philippines—the local arm for the leading vehicle platform around the world—expressed confidence that online vehicle sales in the country will follow suit over the stellar sales performance achieved by the local automotive industry in closing the second quarter of 2016.
Carmudi Philippines Managing Director Abhi Mohan said that following the high vehicle sales numbers, they are expecting constant growth on all sectors concerning vehicle sales.
In its bid to protect clients from buying defective vehicles, Carmudi Philippines—the leading online vehicle platform around the world—has recently forged partnership with Rapide Auto Service Experts, one of the biggest names in auto repair services in the country.
Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 46,000 motorcycles in the U.S. because they could stay in gear due to clutches that won’t fully disengage.
Ford is recalling about 390,000 cars because the doors may not latch properly and could open while the cars are in motion.
Ford Motor Co. is resurrecting the Continental with a concept car debuting at this week’s New York Auto Show.