Details on the pair of Dear Qin concepts that Toyota unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show this week are sparse, but they do hint at something interesting coming to every market where the Japanese automaker sells cars.
Calling them "global-strategic concepts," Toyota says the sedan and hatchback versions of the Dear Qin models have "a design aiming to attract more people to the user base.
Posted on 04.25.2012 10:00 by Kirby Filed under: Toyota | sedan | concept cars | hatchback | Beijing Auto Show | Cars | Car Reviews | Toyota Despite displaying three concept vehicles at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, Toyota’s stand was... Read Post
Kia is gearing up for next week’s Geneva Motor Show, preparing to unveil new models, a new concept and a new engine at the event. The motor show marks the first official appearance of the cee’d GT Line for the European market, with ... Read Post