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Car stars shine at Auto China 2010

Updated: 2010-04-30 13:36
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Car stars shine at Auto China 2010


The GM EN V concept car is one of the most eye-catching models at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show.

A model poses next to a GM EN-V, or "Electric Networked-Vehicle" concept car at the Beijing Auto Show, April 23, 2010. China overtook the United States as the world's biggest auto market number of vehicles sold in 2009, helped by Beijing's incentives. [Agencies] 





Car stars shine at Auto China 2010

BMW Vision

BMW Vision EfficientDynamics previews tomorrow's driving pleasure with today's technology. It runs with a fuel consumption of 3.76 litres/100 km and CO2 emissions of 99g/km.

BMW Vision at the 2010 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition in Beijing on April 23, 2010. []




More concept cars:

Alfa Romeo Pandion

Infiniti Essence


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Press Preview: April 23 - April 24
Industry Preview: April 25 - April 26
Public Show: April 27 - May 2
Auto Components and Parts: April 23 - April 27

Venue for Passenger Cars and
Commercial Vehicles:
The New China International Exhibition  Center
at Tianzhu

Venue for Auto Components and Parts:
The China International Exhibition
Center at Jing'anzhuang

Gallery Guide:
Your map to where the world's top auto brands
are making their marque.

New Models

Luxury cars are presented at Beijing Auto Show.

A PorscheBoxster Spyderdisplayed at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show.

Concept Cars

A Cadillac Converj concept car is displayed at Auto China 2010 in Beijing. Cadillac is one of GM Group's sub-brands.

A GAIC Everus concept car displayed at Auto China 2010 in Beijing.

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