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Your next Mini could come from China

Your next Mini could be sourced from a plant in China if a report from Bloomberg proves accurate. Mini’s BMW Group parent is allegedly in talks with Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor over a deal to start Mini production in China, for local sale as well as export. The majority of Minis are produced at a plant in Oxford, United Kingdom, with...

BMW, Great Wall confirm China Mini talks

Luxury German carmaker BMW is in talks to produce its Mini models in China in partnership with Great Wall Motor Co., the Chinese carmaker confirmed on Friday. David Pollard reports. Video provided by Reuters        

BMW Considering Joint Electric Vehicle Venture in China

German luxury automaker BMW is seeking to establish a joint venture with China’s Great Wall Motor. The prospective deal focuses specifically on electric vehicles, according to sources familiar with the matter. A cooperative relationship with...Show More Summary

Pierre Leclerq joins Kia as head of styling

last monthVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Kia has expanded its design team under supremo Peter Schreyer, announcing Pierre Leclercq as its new Head of Styling. Confirmed in September, Leclerq’s appointment follows a four-year stint with Chinese manufacturer Great Wall Motors and a lengthy tour with BMW. The Belgian-born designer was most recently in the spotlight for his work with Haval, revealing […]

Fiat Chrysler says will always evaluate deal inquiries

Fiat Chrysler (FCA) said on Friday it would evaluate any inquiries about potential transactions, but did not have anything to add to its previous comments on reported interest from China's Great Wall Motor in its Jeep brand.

Jeep’s Probably Too Important to Spin Off, but Other Brands Could Get the Heave-ho: Report

So, a Chinese automobile manufacturer, Great Wall Motors, would totally love it if Fiat Chrysler Automobiles flung the Jeep brand its way. Who wouldn’t? In the mid-1980s, Jeep was the ruby in AMC’s crown, and its new (and highly profitable)...Show More Summary

For Jeep's Chinese suitor, it's 'complicated'

As Fiat Chrysler searches for a partner — and China's Great Wall Motor says it's looking — the Jeep owner faces the thorny issue of timing.

Great Wall Motors Does Want Jeep; Hasn’t Done Much About It

In what is almost certainly going to be little more than a faint memory in the minds of devoted readers at AmericasJeepLovers.org, the potential relationship between Wang Fengying’s Great Wall Motors Co. and Sergio Marchionne’s Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has taken a turn for the less likely already. Show More Summary

China's Great Wall Motor says it has not contacted Fiat Chrysler's board

Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor has not contacted Fiat Chrysler's board nor has it signed any agreements with the Italian-American automaker, it said on Tuesday.

GWM wants to buy Fiat Chrysler

China's Great Wall Motor Company (GWM) is interested in bidding for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), a company official said yesterday, confirming earlier reports that it is pursuing all or part of the owner of brands, including Jeep and truckmaker Ram. Show More Summary

A look at Great Wall Motor, the Chinese automaker that wants to buy over Fiat Chrysler

3 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

BEIJING (AFP) - Great Wall Motor Company, China's seventh-largest carmaker, specialises in urban SUVs and wants to move upmarket -- which could explain its apparent interest in the Jeep brand. [ more › ]

China’s Great Wall Motors Co. Completely Open About Its Desire to Purchase Jeep, But Not FCA

In the week that’s elapsed since initial reports surfaced of a Chinese automaker planning a takeover of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Geely, Dongfeng, and Guangzhou Automobile Group have all taken themselves out of the running. Automotive...Show More Summary

Chinese Automaker Sets Its Sights on Jeep

A deal would give Great Wall Motor Co. a foothold abroad and help China become a global force in the industry. But Jeep’s parent company said there had been no overtures.

Fiat Chrysler pops after a Chinese car company says its interested in the brand (FCA)

Fiat Chrysler is up more than 4% on Monday morning after Great Wall Motors confirmed that it is interested in acquiring at least part of the company. The interest focuses on Fiat's Jeep and Ram brands of offroad vehicles and trucks.Show More Summary

Great Wall Motors interested in acquiring Fiat Chrysler

Fiat Chrysler shares were up Monday morning, after another Chinese carmaker confirmed its interest in buying the company. China's Great Wall Motor told Reuters Monday that it had interest in acquiring the company. "With respect to this case, we currently have an intention to acquire. Show More Summary

China's Great Wall considers bid for Fiat Chrysler Jeep unit 

Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motors is considering making a bid to buy Fiat Chrysler's Jeepunit, spokespeople for the company said Monday, in a possible ambitious new step onto the global stage for China's fast-growing auto brands. Great Wall has yet to formally declare its interest in Jeep, but...

Fiat Chrysler says it has not been approached by China's Great Wall Motor

Fiat Chrysler has not been approached by China's Great Wall Motor regarding its Jeep brand nor any other matters relating to its business, the company said.

China's Great Wall Motor plans Fiat Chrysler purchase

China's Great Wall Motor signalled on Monday its intention to make an ambitious acquisition deal with Italian-American car maker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles following a report that it wants to buy the Jeep brand. An agreement would beShow More Summary

China's Great Wall interested in acquiring Fiat Chrysler

China's Great Wall Motor is interested in acquiring Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), a Great Wall official told Reuters on Monday.

China's Great Wall Motor plans Fiat Chrysler purchase

China's Great Wall Motor signalled on Monday its intention to make an ambitious offer to buy all or part of Italian-American car maker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. A deal would be a major coup for the Chinese auto industry but it may cause...Show More Summary

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