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Honda showed the Accord Coupe Concept (ACC) at the North American International Auto Show.
The Rogue is a lightly-disguised version of the new Qashqai that has recently gone on sale in European markets.
What happens when you combine the rugged and utilitarian stance of a Jeep Wrangler with the design language used on Jeep's bourgeois SUVs like the Grand Cherokee? Well you get something that looks like the Jeep Trailhawk concept that was shown in Detroit.
DaimlerChrysler's minivan duo - Dodge Grand Caravan and its more upscale sibling the Chrysler Town & Country - have an all-new exterior and interior.
GM unveiled the 2008 Chevrolet Malibu in Detroit, built on a revised version of the Epsilon platform.
Hafei Loujun was one of many compact minivans on display on this year's Auto China 2006. Located in a rather obscured area of the main 1A hall at the show, Loujun in many ways deserved a better stage. Surprising many of the observers, Loujun was designed by Pininfarina, and the overall styling displayed solid volume with crisp and refined surfacing.
Government owned Chery Motors was at full strength at Auto China 2006, with three concept cars, each displaying their own distinct characteristics. Chery's V5, an MPV-type CUV targeting the likes of the Nissan Geniss and the Honda Odyssey, might have been the least eye-catching car at the Chery display booth in terms of styling, but to many professionals present, the V5 was the most significant o
Slipping under the radar and spotlight throughout the Auto China press days, and even worse, being left out of the Foreign Manufacturers booth and displaying its cars along with the Chinese domestic manufacturers, it was a sign of how far once-proud Mitsubishi has fallen in automotive ranks in recent years. Mitsubishi presented the Galant, an upper-medium sized sedan for the Chinese market. Visua
Utility vehicle specialists Foton Automobile have displayed two cars at the show: the Saga, a full size SUV and MP-X, a full-size pick-up van. The Saga, measuring 4705mm x 2060mm x 1685mm on a 2760mm wheelbase, was one of only a few genuine SUVs at the show, wich was otherwise dominated by smaller CUVs and compact cars. Characterized by the massive radiator grille and headlamps with an upright
Shanghai GM was showcasing the Cadillac SLS. Based on the STS sport sedan, the overall length of the SLS has been lengthened by 100mm. As part of a plan to establish Cadillac as GM's strategic premier brand in China, it was important to cater for the legroom of the rear seat passengers. The interior has also been re-designed to meet specific local needs in this primarily chauffeur-driven luxury se