For reasons I don't entirely understand, there was a GTA WM Saleen Super S7 at the Beijing Auto Show. Is Saleen still selling S7s there or this just a dealer? Photo: Getty Images.
Are you an extremely wealthy Chinese oligarch and/or party official? Is a Ferrari FF too loud and garish for your liking? Do you long for the good old days when Mao was in charge and people knew their place? Have we got a car for you!
What you're looking at is not the newest Mini Cooper derivative. It's the Lifan 330, a car that went onsale in the Chinese home market last year and recently made an appearance on the floor of the Beijing Motor Show. And I think it may be why Chinese buyers aren't buying Chinese cars.
Jeep brought four special SUVs to this year's Beijing Motor Show. Two of them answered our most burning questions about the brand: will LED bars ever make it to the front bumper of a Wrangler and can you fit 20's on a Renegade?
Do you want to be excited this morning? Yes? Yes you do? Well, start peeing your pants: Volkswagen has confirmed that they will build the crazy 400 horsepower Golf R 400 that debuted at the Beijing Show. Holy shitting guacamole, Batman.
Here is a teaser video for the new Lincoln MKX Concept headed to the Beijing Motor Show. If you care. Or not. Whichever.
It's a day that ends in 'y,' so that means it's time for another new special edition Bugatti Veyron. And this one is the 'Black Bess,' a Veyron that is an homage to the Bugatti Type 18 and appears to have eyelashes over the lights.
In this editor's humble opinion, the GTS models are always the best versions of any Porsche. They're the cars the way enthusiasts would option them, sold at a reasonable cost. As part of the massive Porsche leak today we know the 2014 Boxster GTS and 2014 Cayman GTS will continue this tradition.
Today at the Beijing Motor Show, Nissan unveiled the Sylphy. But don't be fooled by the name; this is the US-bound 2013 Nissan Sentra in disguise.
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These pictures, published in the appropriately-titled Italian magazine Quattroruote, claim to reveal the new Lamborghini SUV concept. Aventador styling on a tall Audi platform? Maybe. One thing's for certain, this ain't no rough-and-ready LM002.