China’s largest auto show opens its doors to the media on Monday, giving auto makers a venue to show off their shiniest new vehicles to tempt consumers in the world’s largest car market. China Real Time hit the streets in Beijing to hear how residents typically get around the city and whether they are still coveting cars.
Nissan will reveal its new Lannia sedan at this month’s Shanghai Auto Show, the company has confirmed. Revealed first as the Lannia concept in Beijing last year, the new sedan is described as the final evolution of the 2013 Friend-Me concept. Show More Summary
The Geneva Auto Show is important to Switzerland because the country doesn’t have much of an auto industry. So there’s no hometown favoritism the way there is in Frankfurt, Detroit, or Beijing. The 2015 Geneva show is more relevant to North America than ever before, with significant cars that will be coming to the US within…
Audi used the 2014 Beijing Auto Show to present a high-riding version of its TT sports car in the form of the TT Offroad concept. At the reveal, Audi said the crossover concept provided a glimpse at how the automaker might turn the TT sports car into a family of vehicles spanning a number of different segments. Now, a report out of Europe claims a...
Lincoln’s all-new MKX SUV, revealed in leaked images last week, has made its official debut at the Detroit Auto Show. Previewed early in 2014 as a concept for the Beijing Auto Show, little about the new SUV’s look has changed in the move to production. Show More Summary
BEIJING — Glamorous models will no longer stand alluringly beside shiny cars at this year’s auto show in Shanghai, while cleavage has been cut from a popular historical soap opera. China’s Communist government is taking a new, more austere line, to howls of protest from many ordinary people.Read full article >>
Over the course of 2014, Gizmag has traveled to the major auto shows of the world in search of the latest cars and in-car technology. In our journey from Detroit, to Geneva, to Beijing, and on to Paris and LA, we've seen countless concept cars – some good, some terrible and some that we'll leave in the "undecided" camp. Show More Summary
Peugeot’s striking Exalt concept car first shown at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show back in April is getting a set of new clothes for its debut at the 2014 Paris Auto Show early next month. The Exalt’s hallmark feature is its two-tone body, which at the front is actually bare steel while at the rear is textured material that is said to feel...
At the 2014 Beijing Auto Show back in April, Volkswagen took the covers off a striking four-door coupe concept called the New Midsize Coupe. At the 2014 Chengdu Auto Show that took place last week, the German automaker introduced the production version, which dons the Lamando nameplate. The Lamando is similar in size to the Jetta sold here but...
Back in April, Volkswagen showed its New Midsize Coupe concept at the Beijing Motor Show, previewing a new, sub-Passat model for the Chinese market. Now, Auto 163 has stumbled upon what appear to be the first shots of the productionShow More Summary
Citroen’s C-XR concept, unveiled at April’s Beijing Auto Show, has made its first production appearance in a series of new leaked images. As expected, the already showroom-friendly concept has suffered few, if any, styling changes in the transition to production. Show More Summary
Chinese antitrust regulators are intensifying pressure on foreign technology and auto companies in separate moves that experts say show Beijing's desire to give Chinese companies greater heft in their dealings with foreign firms.
The next far forward-looking view of BMW’s design themes and luxury concepts will come at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, in the form of the BMW Vision Future Luxury concept, previously shown at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. “We use visionary concept vehicles like the BMW Vision Future Luxury to show where we may be...
Hyundai’s upcoming ix25 compact SUV, developed exclusively for China, has been spied in its destination market this week. Revealed as a ‘concept’ at April’s Beijing Auto Show, the ix25 appeared as a nearly production-ready crossover....Show More Summary
The last time the Chinese-market Ford Escort was seen, it had made its world debut during the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. Over the weekend, however, new official photos had surfaced. CarNewsChina reports the Escort, originally due in showrooms Q4 2014, will instead arrive in January 2015. The new compact will retail between ¥90,000 and ¥120,000 […]
These are the latest spy photos of the Mercedes-Benz M-Class Coupe (MLC name is also possible), a new utility vehicle based on the Concept Coupe SUV shown at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. Unsurprisingly, the vehicle hidden under the camouflage appears to be very similar in both overall profile and in detail to the striking concept. While heavy...
Infiniti paraded two variants its flagship Q50 sedan at a spectacular launch at the West Kowloon waterfront in Hong Kong. The Q50 - Best New Car at the Beijing Auto Show - took center stage, but it was the late arrival of its beefed-up sibling that ultimately seduced the eye of the more sports-orientated spectators. Read the rest of the story at: Profile: Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge
GM’s new Chinese-market Cruze sedan has been revealed further this week, with new interior shots appearing online. Unveiled at April’s Auto China show in Beijing, the new sedan is believed to preview the next global Cruze that should replace the newly facelifted North American model sometime after 2015. Show More Summary
The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge Prototype will make its first ever dynamic appearance at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. The running prototype, which debuted at the Beijing Auto Show earlier this year, previews a production sedan that could pack the exact same engine found in the Nissan GT-R. Show More Summary
The Bentley Hybrid Concept took center stage at this year’s Beijing auto show. Bentley’s first foray into hybrid propulsion, the plug-in motor debuted at the show in the body of the British automaker’s flagship Mulsanne, to show that hybrid technology can enhance even the pinnacle of luxury and performance. Show More Summary