Car makers are urging the government to rev up budget spending and infrastructure development to drive economic growth next year.
Your guide to what can be seen at this year's Thailand International Motor Expo at Muang Thong Thani starting tomorrow
SAIC Motor-CP Co, a Chinese-Thai joint venture, will make its planned eco-cars at its second factory, which is scheduled to start construction late next year.
The Board of Investment (BoI) yesterday approved investment applications for 23 projects worth a combined 79.2 billion baht.
Singapore: Japanese car maker Nissan Motor Corporation says it is committed to focusing on small automobiles in keeping with the automotive policies of Asean members including Thailand.
The local distributor of Auto-Sleepers, luxury motorhomes from England, plans to start local assembly by mid-2015 to cash in on falling import duties and the increasing popularity of camping trips.
CX-3 crossover is aimed at Honda HR-V and Nissan Juke.