These gentlemen don't even look interested in this Ford Raptor for sale in a Beijing suburb. Heck, one's smoking while leaning against it. It's a good thing we didn't see him ash on the paint job while we were watching.
Now that Hummer is dead, Chinese automaker Dongfeng's ripoff version needs to amp up the masculine sales pitch. The male model doing his thing works, but the whitewall tires and sunny paint job just end up sending a mixed message.
This FAW Limousine we spotted here in Beijing is Chinese President Hu Jintao's official car. It's part rip-off Rolls Royce Phantom, part copied Cadillac, and a healthy dollop of wacky retro-futurism. Hold onto your butts, this faux Cadillac One's strange.
The Ferrari 599 GTO looks like the fastest prancing stallion ever because, with a Fiorano Circuit time of 1:24, it is. The red-and-black firecracker bowed in China today and we obsessed over every inch.
The 2007 Concept CS was a Shanghai surprise of refined Bangle-era BMW styling. Now, three years later, the German brand's trying to again redefine their look and feel with the Concept Gran Coupé — that'll make an elegant 6 Series.
This is the limited-to-ten-units, China-only Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce China Limited Edition. With a bright orange stripe designed to "symbolize the strength of an erupting volcano" it may be the longest-named Lambo... in the world.
The 2011 Volkswagen Phaeton continues to be one of the most over-engineered, understated ways to hit 186 MPH. Perfect for Chinese businessmen who don't want American peasants to realize who their real masters are.
The industry term for an upgraded vehicular design is a "facelift." But the exceptionally minor enhancement to the Maybach 62 is barely a Botox treatment.
With an exterior mashing together an Audi A1 and a jellybean, the Start looks like what it is — Ford's first concept in three years. Then you look inside and see the close-to-reality 1.0-liter three-cylinder EcoBoost and a manual transmission.
The Porsche Cayenne is an incredibly popular vehicle despite looking like a mongoose in headgear, so it's no surprise a Chinese company is cloning it. What is surprising? Huatai improved the appearance by adding a Bentley grille.
Longer than an S-Class and wider than a Maybach, the Citroen Metropolis is the French company's idea of the ultimate luxury car for China. Don't worry cute Pandas, the Metro is an environmentally friendly 460 HP luxobarge.
Last week, GM announced a production stoppage on Chevy Colorado/GMC Canyon compact trucks due to defective Chinese-made microchips. If one poorly made Chinese part can down a car plant, what if the entire car is Chinese?
One of the better looking sports cars at Beijing, and one of the few that will actually see production, is made by Oullim Motors of South Korea. Their Spirra S is a production-ready, mid-engined sports car based on the company's existing Spirra sports car platform. The looks borrow heavily from Lotus while the engine…
The Beijing Motor Show traditionally warrants nothing more than a collective "meh" from the mainstream automotive media, but it certainly caught our attention this year. Bigger and better than ever, automakers from China and abroad have done everything to bring attention to their cars but put a gigantic stuffed…
Another day, another set of pics of a could-be Chinese supercar. As with the Soueast X1 and other concepts, this car doesn't appear to have a motor or, likely, even an interior. Still, it is nice to see BAW, which produces the Hummer Jeep, come up with their own concept. Though it borrows a little here and there from…
As with many western auto shows, the Beijing Motor Show has become obsessed with hybrid concept cars. Though most of these hybrids are sedans or MPV's, automaker Soueast decided to go with a squashed GT sports car. The result is the X1 Plug-in HEV, which looks rather sharp and manages to be almost a modern…