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Aston Martin's new four-door sports car Rapide S is set to make its Asia debut at the 2013 Auto Shanghai where it will also be joined by the Vanquish Centenary Limited Edition offerings.
Nissan is set to impress Shanghai with the global unveiling of their new concept car, Friend-ME, on April 20 at the Auto Shanghai 2013.
Dongfeng Yueda Kia said it will debut Huaqi, its wholly owned pure-electric car brand, during the Shanghai auto show later this month.
The latest Range Rover, built by British automaker Jaguar Land Rover, recently hit the Chinese market and its price tag ranges from 1.5 million to about 2.8 million yuan.
Volvo Car is set to display its latest all-new five-door hatch-back models V40 at the 2013 Auto Shanghai to meet demanding drivers in China.
Walter de Silva, Head of Group Design for Volkswagen AG, addresses the media about the new Volkswagen GTI at the 2013 New York Auto Show at the Javits Center in New York.
Geely will soon begin to produce electric buses through an equal joint venture with Zhejiang Kangdi Vehicles Co, a manufacturer of electric vehicles.
Great Wall Motors displayed five Haval SUV models at the Bangkok international auto show last week in preparation for its entry into the Thai market.
Two Audi sports cars went on sale on March 27 in Chengdu as part of the brand's ongoing efforts to increase the range of sports cars it has on offer in China.
Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 Convertible, GT premium are displayed during the media preview at the New York International Auto Show on March 27, 2013.
Hybrid cars and electric cars are unveiled during the New York International Auto Show.
General Motors is putting a trio of Cadillac at the head of its pitch to buyers in China to capture a bigger chunk of the growing luxury appetite.
Toyota's joint venture with Chinese partner FAW Group last week unveiled a new brand of electric vehicles called Ranz.
Daimler AG Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche presented the new A 45 AMG model car during the first media day of the 83rd Geneva Motor Show.
The luxury British sports car maker - which is marking its centenary in 2013 - takes center stage in Switzerland with cars both from its illustrious past and its exciting future.