In just over a decade, the auto industry in China has exploded. As of November 2009, China is the largest automobile market in the world, combining active partnerships with established foreign brands with a thriving, developing domestic market.
China’s seemingly unstoppable auto power over the years has worried Detroit, Japan and Europe. Now, their concern may be warranted. China’s budding domestic manufacturers and their 100-percent Chinese-made cars are now poised to enter the export market. So what does that future look like?