This year’s edition of the Beijing Motor Show saw China-owned MG unveiling the ‘ZERO’, a thinly disguised concept of an upcoming production model in the supermini segment -most likely called MG3- that could go on sale in China first and then in Europe as early as next year.
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Hyundai staged the world-premiere of its all-new Verna small sedan, otherwise known as the Accent, at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show today. Not surprisingly, the new Accent looks like a 2011 Sonata that was left too long in the dryer, boasting the same “Fluidic Sculpture” design language in a much smaller package.
Volkswagen is gauging Chinese customer reaction to electric cars with the world premiere of a battery-powered version of its Golf-based Lavida sedan. Called the ‘E-Lavida’, the concept study is the VW group’s first ever e-car completely designed and produced in China. Details on the E-Lavida remain scarce, but the company did release a bunch of photos of the car that you can check out after the break.
From the makers of the Porsche Cayenne clone (see here) B35 come these two Bentley-faced sedans called the B11 and B21. We’re almost certain that many of you will find quite a few styling similarities (in the details) between Huatai’s Beijing Auto Show sedans and other Western and/or Asian cars…