In the classic and extremely successful mid-class the Volkswagen Group China is presenting the new Bora HS. Based on the popular sedan and most successful car in the world, the Golf, an especially dynamic hatchback version was created here, which among other things is impressive with its exceptionally good handling characteristics and practical rear hatch.

Since its inception in 1907, the Los Angeles Auto Show has grown from 99 cars inside a skating rink into a major international event showcasing 1,000 of the newest vehicles from manufacturers. A record 35 vehicles will make their World or North American debut on press days Nov. 29 and 30, the most ever in the 100-year history of the show. And of that number, 21 are World debuts, with seven being concept cars. When the show opens to the public Dec. 1-10 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, (...)

Toyota unveiled a total of 28 production and concept vehicles at the Toyota and Lexus booths at the 2006 Beijing International Automotive Industry Exhibition. The display is the largest Toyota/Lexus display ever at the Beijing event.

In a world premire FAW-Volkswagen is presenting its new VW flagship: The Magotan. Specially adapted to the Chinese market is a successful model sold worldwide under the name Passat. Technically speaking, the new Magotan is a high-end German product. Safety, driving dynamics, engines, quality and ergonomics reflect a standard that is among the best in the world.

General Motors and its joint ventures in mainland China are showcasing 30 production and concept vehicles, including several "green" models, in Beijing at Auto China 2006. "The products on display at this year’s leading auto show in China convey GM’s leadership in working with our partners to drive the nation’s automotive industry into the future," said Kevin Wale, GM China Group President and Managing Director. "By combining our unmatched global and local resources, (...)

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation today debuts the Sportback Concept at the Beijing Motor Show 2006. The show is being held from November 18 (November 21 for the general public). The Concept-Sportback shows how a next-generation sportback concept car may look.

Shortly after its launch in China, the locally produced Chrysler 300C Sedan debuts at Auto China 2006 to give another hit to Chinese public. With a shape based on the company’s all-new rear-wheel-drive architecture, the Chrysler 300 Chrysler 300 C features classic proportions of the legendary Chrysler brand flagship. A long hood, short deck and dramatic profile complete with 18-inch wheels give Chrysler 300C its stunning presence.

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