• BAIC electric supercar concept leaked ahead of debut

    Two images of a new all-electric supercar concept from the Beijing Automotive Industry Corporation (BAIC) have leaked online. According to several reports, the Chinese state-owned car maker is gearing up to debut the unnamed model […]


  • BAIC to begin EV production in Malaysia next Sept

    Earlier this year, it was reported that Chinese automaker Beijing Auto International Corporation (BAIC) was set to make Malaysia as its electric vehicle manufacturing hub for the region, and that its new plant Gurun, Kedah, […]


  • BAIC to start making EVs in Malaysia from July 2016

    Last week, news from Beijing mentioned Malaysia as the regional electric vehicle manufacturing hub for Chinese carmaker Beijing Auto International Corporation (BAIC). Now, further details have emerged, with the plant in Gurun, Kedah, expected to […]


  • BAIC to make Malaysia an EV hub for ASEAN – report

    Chinese manufacturer Beijing Auto International Corporation (BAIC) is said to be targeting Malaysia as a hub in producing electric vehicles for the South East Asian region, according to a Bernama report. The national news agency […]


  • BAIC hires Mercedes CLS designer Peter Arcadipane

    According to a report by GoAuto, the Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC) has hired Peter Arcadipane to oversee a 130-strong team as its design director. Formerly of Mercedes-Benz, the Australian had a hand in penning the […]


  • BAIC concepts ride on Saab 9-5 and 9-3 legs

    Saab Automobile may be well and truly out for the count, but the company’s spirit continues on in the form of its platforms, adapted to a host of Chinese offerings. Beijing Automotive Group showcased a […]


  • BAIC interested in acquiring Opel in Europe?

    Beijing Automotive Industry Holding is certainly ramping things up – the company, which has joint ventures with Hyundai and Mercedes-Benz to build cars for the Chinese market, is set to launch its own brand later […]



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