Toyota will resume operations in China in June, two months earlier than expected, Toyota Motor (China) Investment Co announced Wednesday.
China's quality control authorities said 6,599 Ford Mondeo-Zhisheng automobiles with defective power cables will be recalled starting Wednesday.
BYD Co Ltd has won regulatory approval for a share sale on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange to fund its expansion in the world's biggest vehicle market.
New data show that China's sluggish automobile market continued its recent downturn in April.
China produced 6.43 million vehicles during the first four months of this year, up 5.09 percent from one year earlier.
Chery Auto exported a record 12,521 units of vehicles in April, a growth of 133.78 percent over the same period last year.
After selling nearly 200,000 passenger vehicles last year, Jianghuai Automobile Co (JAC) has begun construction on a second car plant in East China's Anhui province.
South Korean automaker Hyundai Motors Corp is set to enter China's commercial vehicle market after inking an agreement with Sichuan's Nanjun Automobile Co on April 29.
With a planned investment of 150 million euros ($222 million) for a majority stake in Spyker Cars NV, little-known Chinese SUV and car manufacturer Hawtai Motor Group last week unveiled plans to make Saab cars in China.
Shenzhen-based automaker BYD sold 45,000 cars in April, up 40.6 percent over its poor showing in the period a year ago, but a decline from the 68,000 cars in sold in March, the company said.
Audi recently held a ceremony to deliver 100 A6L sedans to Shouqi Car Rental Co to tap the high-end auto leasing market in Beijing.
Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp recently signed an agreement with Volkswagen Group to co-develop a luxury sedan at their joint venture in China, the first of its kind in the VW brand's global portfolio.