Fully automatic buses are already being tested in Taipei for late-night service. Backed by its solid base in ICT (information-communications technology), Taiwan is gearing up for the coming trend of driverless cars, which is expected to revolutionize transportation worldwide within 10 years. Taiwanese automaker Yulon Motor Co. has been among the leaders domestically in this…

On November 21, Ford Lio Ho – Ford’s Taiwan joint venture – marked another milestone in its 45-year history with the introduction of the all-new Ford Escort. Developed by Ford’s global R&D team and built on the same platform as the Focus, the Escort exhibits Ford’s global requirements of high quality and ultra-rigid body construction…

SUVs and imported luxury cars provided much of the market momentum. For Taiwan’s automotive sector, 2016 was a year of respectable growth in the face of a challenging economy, with the emergence of new trends and customer preferences. An injection of open-minded young buyers interested in luxury and/or utility is giving further impetus to an…

The domestic companies, which focus mainly on the replacement market, are small but highly efficient producers. Taiwan might be better known for its massive high tech companies such as TSMC, Quanta Computer, and Compal Electronics, but most of Taiwan’s economy is driven by small and medium sized enterprises (SMES) in an array of relatively low-tech…