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Hong Kong Club Deploys Solar Water Ferries

Susan DeFreitas EarthTechling 08.07.2010
Hong Kong Club Deploys Solar Water Ferries

Recently, we reported on a solar-powered family pleasure boat making some waves. Now, we’re pleased to see that The Hong Kong Jockey Club is getting onboard with solar sailing with the addition of a number of solar-powered hybrid catamarans that w...

American Express offers pricey Porsche special in Hong Kong

Ask anyone with the Centurion card from American Express and they'll tell you black is the new gold. The new platinum, even. Now the exclusive credit card has launched a special edition Porsche, just for card holders.


First solar ferry sets sail in Hong Kong

Noah Stubbs 14WFIE.com 28.06.2010
First solar ferry sets sail in Hong Kong

The world's first solar ferry made its maiden voyage on Friday in Hong Kong. The ferry set sail to connect the mainland with a scenic island near Hong Kong where many go to play golf.

California License Plates May Go Digital

ROBIN HINDERY NBC San Diego 22.06.2010
California License Plates May Go Digital

California drivers may soon come bumper to bumper with the latest product of the digital age: ad-blaring license plates.


Recession? What recession? [PHOTO]

Mr. Jo Stetten 08.06.2010
Recession? What recession? [PHOTO]

So, it seems that this "global recession" has not impacted negatively on everyone. Check this out!

MyCar, electric car from Hong Kong

Sophie He The Standard 07.06.2010
MyCar, electric car from Hong Kong

"A small car from Hong Kong will take a big step forward." With those words, EuAuto chairman Peter Sun Kwok-wah introduced to the United States an electric car conceived and made in Hong Kong.


Mitsubishi rolls out new electric car in Hong Kong

Japan's Mitsubishi Motors unveiled its i-MiEV electric car in Hong Kong on Thursday, its first foreign launch of the vehicle as competition accelerates in the clean-energy auto sector.

Auto Show Sets World Record Attendance Figure

Chu Daye CRIENGLISH.com 03.05.2010
Auto Show Sets World Record Attendance Figure

More than 800,000 people visited Auto China 2010, which wrapped up on Sunday, making it the best-attended motor show in the world, organizers say.


BMW puts giant billboard on top of Audi showroom in Hong Kong

And we thought the turf wars between Audi and BMW only covered the US and Europe. Now, it looks like the rivalry has gone global after BMW re-popped Audi with a resoundingly emphatic billboard.

A New Type of Advanced Cars

Got it from R., a car lover *


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Two-hundred-and-seventy Toyota Prius cars are to be recalled in Hong Kong - as part of a worldwide recall of over 400,000 vehicles - because of a braking problem.

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Secretary for the Environment Edward Yau says the Government wants to work closely with Nissan to bring the manufacturer's electric vehicles to Hong Kong as early as possible.


Ferrari owner sees red

Nickkita Lau The Standard 31.07.2009
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The owner of a HK$2.94 million scarlet Ferrari which burst into flames on Waterloo Road last summer is seeking compensation from the car dealership.

Plug-in car points coming to a mall near you -

Timothy Chui The Standard 19.05.2009
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Electric car charging stations are set to open across Kowloon, the New Territories and Lantau Island by the end of the year.


Electric car rolls into HK

news.gov.hk 12.05.2009
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Electric vehicles are a viable alternative for Hong Kong's motoring future, Financial Secretary John Tsang says.

After delays and fixes, Dreamliner almost ready to roll

Dominic Gates The Seattle Times 23.04.2009
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Boeing's Dreamliner is nearly ready to come out — again. Within the next week, one of the huge doors at the Everett plant will open and the first of the new 787 Dreamliners will roll out onto the flight line by the Paine Field runway.


Putting On a Brave Front When Fear Is in the Air

LAWRENCE ULRICH The New York Times 11.04.2009
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IF you listen closely at the New York auto show, you can almost hear the pent-up pressure beneath the optimistic speeches and aspirational displays of gleaming sheet metal: it is the sound of an industry holding its collective breath.

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The Federal Government has unveiled the first all-electric car that has been certified to run on Australian roads.


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The Financial Secretary, John Tsang, says the goverment wants to encourage the use of electric cars -- but it won't buy any of the micro-vehicles being produced by a local company until the technology is more advanced.

Electric car to be tested in HK

news.gov.hk 27.02.2009
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Hong Kong today signed a deal to test Mitsubishi's latest electric car the i MiEV.



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