Chinese-made Minis, Mercedes electrification plans, rotary return: Today’s Car News

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Mercedes-Benz EQA concept, 2017 Frankfurt auto show

Mercedes-Benz EQA concept, 2017 Frankfurt auto show

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Minis are already produced in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Soon we may be able to add China to that list as the BMW Group is allegedly in talks with a Chinese automaker about building Minis, for export and local sale.

Mercedes-Benz is about to embark on a bold plan that will see 10 electric cars and close to 50 hybrids introduced over the next five years. For the finer details, be sure to check out our in-depth report.

Mazda execs are hinting at using a rotary engine in more than one car. One possibility is as a range-extender in a Mazda electric car due in 2019.

You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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