Is This Giant Soviet Era Hovercraft China's New Access Weapon Of Choice?

Whether it be the massive Typhoon Class ballistic submarines, or the menacing Kirov Class Battle Cruisers, the USSR of the 1980s tended to prefer their military hardware massive. When it comes to hovercraft, the Zubr Class landing craft air cushion (LCAC) is no different, and it is now being reborn as China's ultimate… » 7/27/14 4:36pm Yesterday 4:36pm

​Chinese Tesla Owner Builds His Own Damn Charging Network

When Zong Yi took delivery of his Tesla Model S earlier this year, there was a problem. He lives in Guangzhou and he picked the car up in Beijing. That's a 3,750-mile trip without a single charging station along the route. So he built his own – 16 of them – and paid for every one out of his pocket. » 7/15/14 6:24pm 7/15/14 6:24pm

Ford Opens 88 Dealerships in China, All In One Day

For many automakers the Chinese market is so hot right now. A rising middle-class has been rapidly accelerating car ownership for several years. While several manufacturers are struggling in traditional markets, they are seeing profits in China. Of course in order for a non-Chinese company to sell cars in the country… » 6/23/14 10:55am 6/23/14 10:55am

​Grey Market Teslas Invade China Because The Rich Don't Wait

Fourteen Tesla Model S sedans have landed at a car dealer in Tianjin, China, each with a price tag of around 850,000 yuan, or $136,000. That's a $13,000 premium over the price Tesla charges, and for that extra scratch, you get a car from a shady dealer with no warranty, no support, and no service. Brilliant! » 5/16/14 6:26pm 5/16/14 6:26pm