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This compact MPV was another new production car presented with a few trim elements that will likely not make it to series production.
The Nanjing-MG range debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show - a highlight in all ways - except none of the cars are new designs.
The Geely Mk is a C-sector estate concept. Based on a conventional production package, the main conceptual elements of the design are at the front and rear of the car.
At first glance this Great Wall SUV - like other Great Wall cars - appears to be a blatent copy of the Fiat Panda.
The Chana is yet another Chinese market car with a 'drop-eye' lamp graphic and slightly fussy front aspect, but is otherwise a generically handsome and well-resolved C-sector sized sedan.
The design brief for this new mini-MPV was clearly unequivocal - copy the Mitsubishi Grandis.
Great Wall is not a company that prides itself on producing vehicles with unique design attributes.
The Tiggo 6 is another new Chery designed by Bertone. This compact SUV is similar in size, proportions and in its archetype SUV design theme to the compact Opel Antara and Chevrolet Captiva.
The FRV is a fairly generic, slightly old-proportioned C-segment hatchback making its show debut in Shanghai in one of the most popular current car colours in China: green.
This new D-sector four-door sedan is an archetypal Shanghai debut: handsomely conservative in its proportions, well-resolved, and mixing elements of existing Western car designs.