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Geely London Taxi Company TX4 cab review

Buckle up, Guv, we're behind the wheel of a London Taxi Company TX4 made for us in China...

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London Taxi TX4 Review - The Melbourne Trial Begins

Yep. For one day only, CarAdvice is masquerading as CabAdvice too. The TX4 is a custom-made cab with a swivelling dicky seat with wheelchair ramp, free WiFi, acres of space and a flat floor for guide dogs and the like. Like anything built-for-purpose, there are fewer compromises. The shape is familiar to any Anglophile and eccentric enough to lure everyone else...

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Geely launches Geometry 'high-end' electric car brand

Geely unveiled the new Geometry A electric sedan at an event in Singapore overnight. The Chinese automaker says the Geometry A is the first of 10 new models from the brand due by 2025, and which will include sedans, crossovers and people movers. Previously referred to as the Geely GE11, the Geometry A will be available in three specification levels, and with two battery options...

Geely buys 50 per cent of Smart

Daimler and Geely have agreed to form a joint venture company to run Smart, with each firm owning 50 per cent and having three seats on the board of directors. As was planned before today's announcement, Smart will become an all-electric brand from 2020 onwards. It will also continue to focus on inner city-friendly vehicles, although the "product portfolio is also planned to be extended into the fast-growing B-segment"...

Smart: 50 per cent stake could be sold to Geely - report

Three sources have told The Financial Times Daimler, owner of Mercedes-Benz, is close to selling a 50 per cent stake in the Smart brand to Chinese automaker Geely. A deal could be announced as soon as the Shanghai motor show, which takes place in the middle of April. If the sale goes ahead, it would fit both Smart's future vision for itself and Geely's acquisitive streak...

Jaguar F-Type designer appointed Geely UK's head of design

Geely Design UK, which Burgess is set to lead, will be based in Coventry, and will have around 100 designers and support staff within five years. The Coventry-based facility will work on the Geely, Lynk & Co, Proton and Lotus brands, as well as providing support for the London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC), which makes the city's iconic black taxi cabs...

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