DFSK Thailand, the local maker of China’s Dongfeng cars, is gearing up for small-truck exports to Indochina to offset Thailand’s tepid commercial vehicle market.
Kasikorn Leasing (KLeasing), the automobile leasing arm of Kasikornbank, plans to double its refinancing portfolio in the next three years to increase long-term profitability.
Japanese car maker Toyota has cut its local sales forecast to only 330,000 vehicles this year from 400,000 projected earlier even though it admits Thailand’s political situation has become more stable.
Rayong: German luxury-car maker BMW is spending 9 million euros (385 million baht) to expand its Thai plant and upgrade its logistics system to support the growing domestic market.
Porsche updates flagship SUV with tweaked looks and revised engines
When Porsche launched the Macan in Thailand earlier this year, many people weren’t amused with its prices starting at more than 9 million baht for all six-cylinder engine variants available.