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Many visitors to the Beijing motor show will have missed this Yanfeng Visteon concept tucked away in one of supplier halls, but studio manager Shizuki Kajiyama is well known to us here at CDN and was keen to show us around his Chinese design team's latest creation.
GM chose the Beijing motor show to show the Chevrolet MPV5 Volt - a new hybrid prototype inspired by the Volt sedan.
IAT is one of China's biggest prototype companies, providing styling and engineering support to the OEMs.
Chana is one of the biggest winners in the rapidly-changing Chinese car market.
At first sight, there appears considerable overlap with this latest model and the Roewe 550, but the 350 uses an all-new smaller platform developed by parent company SAIC, with a new 1.5-liter engine, a generous 2650mm wheelbase and overall length of 4521 mm — roughly 100mm shorter than the 550.
This concept from Chana was one of two featured on the stand. Designed by their European studio in Turin, the concept sends a confusing message in some views, such as rear ¾.
Ford's Start concept was one of the undeniable stars of Auto China this year.
The big news at the Hyundai stand was the North American introduction of the Equus, but the Korean automaker also debuted two new variants of the recently revealed Sonata.
Revealed at the Chicago Auto Show earlier this year, this is the first time we had a chance to see the Odyssey concept in the metal.
Scion, Toyota's youth brand in the North American market, revealed the redesigned tC coupe at the New York Auto Show.