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The Wall Street Journal, March 18, 2018 Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent are betting the auto industry will shift from selling hardware to selling subscriptions to internet-equipped autonomous cars [caption id="attachment_16883" align="alignnone" width="1260"] Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent are colonizing an auto industry increasingly reliant on artificial intelligence, software...

The Wall Street Journal, January 28, 2018 E-commerce giant Alibaba is making its first big investment in a car maker [caption id="attachment_16804" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Xiaopeng He, chairman of electric-car maker Xiaopeng Motors, stands with the company's newest sport-utility vehicle, the G3. PHOTO: XIAOPENG MOTORS[/caption] By Liza Lin   SHANGHAI—Chinese e-commerce...

 The Wall Street Journal, July 12, 2016 A BMW electric car at a Beijing car show in April; Future Mobility has hired about 50 engineers from car makers including BMW for its smart-electric-vehicle project. PHOTO: REUTERS Chinese auto startup Future Mobility seeks eventually to sell several hundred thousand luxury...

CNBC, July 6, 2016 Click here to watch the video Two of China's biggest household brands have teamed up to create what they call "the world's first mass-produced car on the internet." E-commerce giant Alibaba and SAIC Motor, the country's biggest car manufacturer, will launch the Roewe RX5 on Wednesday, a...

Bloomberg News, June 1, 2016 SAIC Motor Corp. is putting finishing touches to a sport utility vehicle that features software developed with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., marking the first foray into the connected-car business by two of China’s biggest companies. The model will be available from September...

Bloomberg News, April 22, 2016   William Li isn’t your typical, boundlessly optimistic Chinese tech entrepreneur. Yes, the founder of startup NextEV Inc. has big plans to disrupt China’s electric car market, the financial backing of venture capital powerhouses Sequoia Capital and Hillhouse Capital and considers Tesla Motors founder Elon...