Exhibits you don't want to miss at the 2nd CIIE

By Xu Junqian in Shanghai | China Daily | Updated: 2019-11-05 09:39

2. Vintage cars

One of the biggest stars of the first expo in 2018 was the model of a "flying car", which could be converted into a plane in three minutes. This year, Slovak startup Aeromobil will return with a real product. But a fleet of automobiles from the past, with the oldest dating back to 1916, is set to steal the thunder of the car of the future. Imported by US vintage car dealer Bund on the Boulevard, five vehicles will showcase the history and evolution of luxury and sports cars. Among them, the 103-year-old Stutz Bearcat, whose auction price was $169,400 in 2002, according to Sotheby's, has a reputation as a playboy's car back in its home country.

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