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New energy vehicle trends from 2018 Beijing Auto Show

New energy vehicle is the hottest theme of this year’s Beijing Auto Show. Kantar TNS Auto expert summarizes major trends in this sector.

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China’s auto brands, five years from now

After five years of a transitional period, China will fully open its auto market. By 2022, will Chinese auto brands become strong enough?

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Big market potential for connected cars in China

Kantar TNS Auto survey shows Chinese consumers are more willing to buy connected cars as well as more ready to accept self-driving cars, shared cars and new energy cars.

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The moment that… millennials rewrote the rules on car usage

How can automotive and mobility brands meet the needs of tech-savvy youngsters ‘in the moment’?

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Meet the rising Chinese auto brands at Shanghai Auto Show

2017 Shanghai Auto Show can refresh your understanding of Chinese automobile companies.

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E-hailing puts brakes on traditional mobility

New global study reveals that many consumers are giving up private cars for car sharing in the world’s biggest cities.

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Kantar TNS Sinotrust’s CONNECT media touchpoint study surveys luxury car buyers in 100 Chinese cities to improve understanding of touchpoint management for luxury car brands.
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How are Chinese brands doing? Who is the leader in the new energy vehicle sector? Which is the best booth?
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A recent TNS Sinotrust survey shows that compared with other generations in China, the 90s generation are least willing to buy cars online.
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