All China Design articles – Page 7

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    Design Development: Chery FV2030 concept


    Behind-the-scenes of the creation of Chery's Beijing motor show concept

  • Richard Chung 1

    The Designers Pt 14: Richard Chung, Yanfeng


    “It was a merger of two winners to create the biggest interiors company in the world”

  • Guy Burgoyne Geely 1

    The Designers Pt 7: Guy Burgoyne, Geely


    VP of Geely design on the firm’s rapid expansion and the challenge of meeting high expectations of tech in cars

  • Toyota Shanghai Design Center 1

    Studio visit: Toyota Shanghai Design Center


    The studio helping Toyota's drive to understand how best to make cars for China

  • Fca Apac Shanghai 1

    Studio visit: FCA APAC Design Shanghai


    A visit to FCA's fourth studio reveals a set-up just finding its feet

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    Icona Design brings Turin to Shanghai [sponsored article]


    Icona takes the traditions of the great Italian design studios and transplants them to a new, alternative marketplace – China

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    Volkswagen Neeza concept


    The only foreign manufacturer to display a concept car at Auto China 2006 was Volkswagen, unveiling the Neeza crossover concept. As one of the first major overseas manufacturers to enter the Chinese market more than 20 years ago, it's evident that Volkswagen is again intent on leading the motoring trend ...

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    Roewe 550


    Up until now, Shanghai Auto's sub brand, Roewe, has had to deal with criticism regarding the current design of the 750, which resembles a number of different vehicles - from the design of its emblem to its overall styling.

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    Changfeng M1A


    This compact MPV was another new production car presented with a few trim elements that will likely not make it to series production.

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    Nanjing MG


    The Nanjing-MG range debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show - a highlight in all ways - except none of the cars are new designs.

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    Brillance FRV


    The FRV is a fairly generic, slightly old-proportioned C-segment hatchback making its show debut in Shanghai in one of the most popular current car colours in China: green.

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    BYD F6


    This new D-sector four-door sedan is an archetypal Shanghai debut: handsomely conservative in its proportions, well-resolved, and mixing elements of existing Western car designs.

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    Halma 3


    The Haima 3 owes a lot to Mazda. Based on the platform of the now defunct 323, this C-segment five-door hatch and four-door sedan was formerly produced by Haima under license.

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    Chery A1


    Another new Chery debuting in Shanghai was the A1 mini-car.

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    Roewe W2


    Roewe is the brand SAIC (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation) created for the 750E sedan they now produce, having bought the rights to the Rover 75 design after MG Rover went bankrupt in 2005.

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    Chery Shooting Sport


    Penned by Roberto Piatti's new automotive design house, Torino Design, the Shooting Sport was the strongest domestic Chinese branded concept at Shanghai.

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    Geely IG concept


    Arguably the most innovative of Geely's concepts at the 2009 Shanghai auto show was the IG or 'Intelligent Geely' city car that proposes a small chassis and body with interchangeable powertrains from a small conventional combustion engine to hybrid and full-electric.

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    Geely GE


    While the GT was admired by many on Geely's 2009 Shanghai auto show stand, the GE, or 'Geely Excellence', was largely derided by the Western journalists Car Design News bumped into on the first press day.

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    Guangbin Li Nian Roadster concept


    Guangbin, a joint venture between Honda and local manufacturer Guangzhou Auto, unveiled a new concept at Auto Shanghai 2009.

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    Geely GT Tiger concept


    One of the most dramatic designs sporting a Chinese OEM badge at the 2009 Shanghai auto show was the GT or 'Geely Tiger'.