Shanghai motor show

  • Arcfox Alpha Fox S

    Arcfox’s Alpha S aims to break boundaries of design

    2021-04-28T08:26:00+01:00By Mark Andrews

    Shan Wei, head of the design centre at BAIC Group, talks through the key characteristics of the new Arcfox Alpha S

  • XPeng P5 1

    Xpeng launches P5 with Lidar technology

    2021-04-21T09:32:00+01:00By Mark Andrews

    The first model in its portfolio to hit the market with Lidar technology, Xpeng’s P5 is big in size and creature comforts. Car Design News got the lowdown from Eric Zhao, senior director of Xpeng’s design centre 

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    2021 Shanghai Auto Show – design highlights


    The IM Motors Airo, Zeekr 001 and Chery Antee X are among the standout designs at the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show

  • MG Cyberster

    New MG Cyberster concept unveiled


    A new two-seater MG could be on the horizon, and it’s electric

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    Interior Motives: Geometry A


    The announcement of Geely’s brand-new electric car sub-brand Geometry, so fully-formed and sophisticated, was a shock to many at the 2019 Shanghai motor show. Demonstrating the speed – and style – of change in the Chinese automotive market, and featuring genuine innovations previously reserved for concept cars, the Geometry A (seen here in early production form) has an interior which is a revelation for a car in its price-bracket.

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    Interior Motives: Autumn 2019 issue out now

    2019-10-17T15:21:00+01:00By Car Design News

    In this issue: Bentley EXP 100 GT, Genesis Mint, Geometry A, Lotus Evija, Lincoln Corsair, Honda e, Special focus - Lighting, and 5 inspirations - Ian Callum

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    Designer Interview: Shao Jingfeng, SAIC

    2019-10-14T11:37:00+01:00By Car Design News

    From CDR6: SAIC’s global design director talks us through the transformation of Roewe and MG design

  • Simon Loasby Hyundai Shanghai 2019

    Simon Loasby walks CDN around the Hyundai range at Shanghai 2019

    2019-07-30T17:20:00+01:00By Car Design News

    CDN caught up with Hyundai’s VP of Styling at the Shanghai motorshow 2019 for a design walkaround of the cars on the stand. Simon (formerly at Bentley and VW) has been working in Shanghai since 2017 and led Hyundai China design until taking a global role this past spring

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    Shanghai 2019 overview


    Now the dust has settled on the biggest auto show of the year, we asked Drew Meehan join the dots of what we saw in April in Shanghai

  • CDN CND's newest contributor...Liu Dong

    Student’s design review of Shanghai 2019

    2019-07-11T13:13:00+01:00By Liu Dong

    Winner of CDN’s CDAC award 2019, Liu Dong, walked the halls for CDN and reviewed the cars that caught his eye at the Shanghai’s motor show 2019

  • Baojun RM-C Concept-4

    Is the Crossover MPV is the shape of the future?


    April’s Shanghai motor show made us think hard about the shapes of the future

  • CDN HMI Shanghai Leading Ideal One-8

    Leading Ideal - A car designed from the touchscreens out


    Drew Meehan looks at a new Chinese car brand designed ‘from the touchscreens out’. The brand’s English name is Leading Ideal, but in Chinese it’s *Lixiang Zhizao*, a play on founder Li Xiang’s name. And that founder is key to understanding the brand. A non-university educated web billionaire, he’s sometimes referred to as the Elon Musk of China (even by the spokeperson on the show floor at Shanghai 2019). He founded Autohome, a website that provides information about car purchasing and ownership, in 2005, when the Chinese car market was just starting to grow, and he’s never looked back. 

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    Shanghai 2019: Hyundai Sonata and ix25

    2019-04-24T11:36:00+01:00By Christopher Ludwig

    New sedan and crossover bring Hyundai’s new global design language to China

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    Simon Loasby takes global lead for Hyundai styling

    2019-04-23T17:00:00+01:00By Christopher Ludwig

    Hyundai’s China design boss goes global

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    Renault opens new Shanghai design centre


    Renault’s new Chinese outpost is the brand’s seventh design centre worldwide and demonstrates the brand’s commitment to expansion

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    Shanghai 2019: Mercedes Concept GLB


    Boxy concept GLB previews seven-seat compact SUV

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    Shanghai 2019: Changan CS75 Plus

    2019-04-17T11:52:00+01:00By Christopher Ludwig

    Changan takes an elegant leap with its new SUV

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    Shanghai 2019: Lotus reveals Type 130 hypercar plans


    Famous British brand boards the mega-EV bandwagon

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    Shanghai 2019: Enovate ME-S Concept


    Enovate, one of many new entrants into the EV space in Shanghai, reveals the ME-S concept

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    Shanghai 2019: Renault K-ZE

    2019-04-16T13:41:00+01:00By Nick Gibbs

    Electric micro-SUV won’t cost too many Kwid

  • CDN Shanghai 2019 Aston Martin Rapide E

    Shanghai 2019: Aston Martin Rapide E unveiled

    2019-04-16T06:16:00+01:00By Nick Gibbs

    Aston Martin’s first ever production electric vehicle has been revealed

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    Shanghai 2019: XPeng P7 Coupé


    A sporting force awakens in this lightsaber-wielding EV

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    Shanghai 2019: Ken Okuyama teases the Aiways stand


    A sketch of what to expect

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    Audi's inner-city concept revealed

    2019-04-14T06:24:00+01:00By Farah Alkhalisi

    Audi’s new AI:ME concept develops Audi’s wellbeing-centric vision of an AI future

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    Tim Pilsbury has joined Grove Hydrogen


    Former Qoros design boss joins fuel cell start-up

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    Car Design Awards China 2019: judging the winners

    2019-04-09T16:09:00+01:00By Car Design News

    Our search for the best young Chinese design talent

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    VW & Audi tease Shanghai concepts


    Two VAG cars teased with sketches ahead of the Shanghai show

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    Frankfurt 2017: VW I.D. Crozz Showcases new EV language

    2017-09-18T13:32:15+01:00By Farah Alkhalisi

    Marco Pavone and Tomasz Bachorski talk us through VW's new design language for EVs

  • Shanghai 2017: Audi e-tron Sportback

    2017-04-20T12:01:49+01:00By Nick Gibbs

    Tackling the aerodynamic issues of electric SUVs

  • Shanghai 2017: Mercedes-Benz Concept A Sedan

    2017-04-20T10:51:58+01:00By Car Design News

    Aesthetics A 'sculpture' comes to life

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    Shanghai 2017: Renault R.S. 2027 Vision explores F1's future


    More focus on the driver, despite an autonomous function...

  • Shanghai 2017: Nio Eve

    2017-04-19T15:33:21+01:00By Car Design News

    A panoramic view and an AI-enabled personal assistant: its designer tells us more

  • Shanghai 2017: Geely MPV Concept first look

    2017-04-19T12:17:58+01:00By Nick Gibbs

    New people carrier inspired by private jets

  • Shanghai 2017: MG E-Motion Concept first images

    2017-04-18T16:13:55+01:00By Nick Gibbs

    Dramatic electric 2+2 lands in Shanghai

  • Qoros previews wild EV concept


    Concept will feature Koenigsegg powertrain and carbon cabin

  • Nissan Vmotion2.0: Animated 360

    2017-04-03T07:50:50+01:00By Chris Maillard

    A quick video view of the concept inside and out

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    New Cars: Nio EP9 and Eve


    Supercar and surprise saloon from Chinese EV firm

  • 2017 Car Design Awards China contest open for entries

    2016-09-16T12:21:56+01:00By Tom Phillips


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    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

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    Studio visit: FCA APAC Design Shanghai

    2016-03-29T14:35:09+01:00By Tom Phillips

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

  • 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.

  • Audi Cross Cabriolet Quattro


    Following the Cross Coupe concept unveiled at the Shanghai Motor Show and the Roadjet estate-crossover from Detroit last year is this new crossover concept from Audi. Whilst very similar in proportion and design theme to the Cross Coupe, the Cross Cabriolet shares no surfaces with the German-designed Shanghai show car.Designed ...

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    Design Development: Qoros 2 PHEV concept

    2015-07-24T12:37:06+01:00By Thomas Imhof

    How Qoros managed to design a concept in a record 10 weeks by working almost non-stop across two continents

  • South East Motor Dx7 Design Development 01

    Design Development: South East Motor DX7

    2015-07-16T12:29:42+01:00By Nick Hull

    Behind the scenes of Pininfarina's first production car for the Chinese SEM brand

  • Shanghai Motor Show 2005 - Highlights


    The Shanghai Auto Show is held every two years in the neighborhood of Pudong in Shanghai, China. Alternating and competing for attention with the Beijing Auto Show, this year's show demonstrated a huge effort to be an influential and a large-scale international show. Not only have local auto makers stepped ...

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    Design Development: Citroën Aircross

    2015-06-09T15:22:02+01:00By Andrew English

    How Citroën channeled the Cactus to create its new SUV

  • Changan CV11


    Changan's first MPV rolled off the production line on March 26 in China, following its preview as a concept four years ago at the Shanghai Motor Show. Since then the MPV market in China has boomed, sales in 2006 a third higher than in 2005. The package and styling of ...

  • Chery Shooting Sport concept


    Chinese manufacturer Chery will be presenting the Shooting Sport concept at the Shanghai Motor Show this week. The Shooting Sport was designed and constructed by Torino Design in Italy, as with the recent Coupe and SUV shown at the Beijing Motor Show. The car is a compact, front wheel drive, ...

  • Audi Cross Cabriolet Quattro


    Following the Cross Coupe concept unveiled at the Shanghai Motor Show and the Roadjet estate-crossover from Detroit last year is this new crossover concept from Audi.

  • Bertone Mantide (w/ Gallery)


    The Mantide - 'praying mantis', in Italian - is a street-legal one-off developed by Stile Bertone for a client. Created by ex-Pininfarina designer Jason Castriota, the Mantide is based on the underpinnings and powertrain of the 620bhp Corvette ZR1, but with its own unique carbon fiber bodyshell and interior, it ...

  • Guangbin Li Nian Roadster


    The Li Nian brand, the product of a joint venture between Honda and local manufacturer Guangzhou Auto, showed this Roadster concept at the Shanghai auto show. Succeeding a five-door SUV/CUV concept based on the Jazz/Fit, the roadster was first seen at the Guangzhou Auto Show late last year.

  • Geely IG concept


    The neat little IG (‘intelligent Geely') city car is just 3m long, and like the similarly-proportioned Toyota iQ, it has a 3+1-seater interior. However, rather than a layout with a foldaway rear seat, it positions the driver centrally ahead of the pair of passengers, all three on lightweight, space-efficient skeletal ...

  • Chevrolet Malibu


    The next generation Chevrolet Malibu is set to be unveiled at the forthcoming Shanghai Motor Show. However, for those unable to make it to the Peoples Republic, Chevrolet has announced that the car will be launched simultaneously via Facebook.

  • Volkswagen Beetle


    The 2012 Beetle has been unveiled ahead of its Shanghai Motor Show reveal. The new 'New Beetle' is said to draw on design cues from the original Beetle launched 73 years ago.

  • SAIC Roewe W5


    Previewed by the Roewe W5 Concept unveiled at the 2011 Shanghai motor show, SAIC's new SUV derived its styling from the Ssangyong Kyron, which was reworked by Ma Zhengkun (Ken Ma)'s design team. Measuring 4676mm long, 1888mm wide and 1765mm tall, the new car is similar in size to the ...

  • BMW Gran Coupé


    BMW has announced its interpretation of the four-door coupé. Following in the footsteps of the Audi A7, Mercedes-Benz's CLS and the Porsche Panamera, the Gran Coupé is said to offer a level of practicality missing from its premium rivals.

  • Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class (2014)


    As previewed in excellent concept form at the Shanghai motor show, the Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class has been revealed in its production guise.

  • Citroën Aircross concept


    The Citroën Aircross concept is the brand's affirmation of its intention to enter the mid-sized crossover/SUV market. And while its smaller C4 Cactus may be a Europe-only model, this car's launch at next month's Shanghai Motor Show demonstrates the desire to also enter the brand's largest market, China.

  • 2007 China Automotive Design Conference


    Nanjing Automotive presented a full-size hatchback concept, taking its design theme from Nanjing city's symbolic "Pi Xie" statue. Design Director Li-Chih Fu demonstrated an interesting way of blending negative surfaces with stylistic curved edges to create a balance between Chinese decoration and modern solidity. Besides styling development, his presentation also ...

  • Car Design News to host trio of events around Shanghai motor show

    2015-05-09T11:51:09+01:00By Car Design News

    Car Design Awards China - here comes the next generationDelegates to the conference will join a wide range of other guests on the evening of Thursday 18 April, for the announcement of the winners of the Car Design Awards China 2013 competition.

  • Car Design News to host trio of events around Shanghai motor show

    2015-05-09T11:51:02+01:00By Car Design News

    As the automotive world looks forward to the Auto Shanghai motor show, Car Design News is looking forward to hosting three events prior to and alongside the show: the CDN Interior Motives China Conference; Car Design Awards China; and the official Car Design Night.

  • Studio Focus: SAIC European Design Centre

    2015-05-09T11:47:35+01:00By Owen Ready

    SAIC European Design CentreBrands MG and RoeweEstablished 2010 (in current guise)Location Longbridge, UKStaff 35Studio leader Martin Uhlarik

  • Car Design News 2005 Reader Survey


    2005 has been a good year for Car Design News.

  • Car Design Awards China 2013 contest launches

    2015-05-09T11:04:19+01:00By Car Design News


  • Interview: Dirk van Braekel, Design Director, Bentley Motors

    2015-05-09T11:00:29+01:00By Nick Hull

    CDN: There's a huge 'back catalogue' of special-bodied Bentleys to choose from.

  • Shanghai World Expo 2010

    2015-05-09T10:54:58+01:00By Massimo Prando

    This brings us straight to the two stars of the 2010 Shanghai Expo - the UK and Spanish Pavilions. Both are excellent, intriguing designs with unusual façades. Arrived at via polar opposite approaches, both are extraordinarily dynamic.

  • Design Review: Buick Riviera concept

    2015-05-09T10:48:40+01:00By Sam Livingstone

    Some of the more notable exterior design features include the windscreen that sweeps back over the roof to incorporate the rear screen; the Buick roundel style motif in rear trunk lid; headlamp graphics that bleed back to a horizontal surface; and a satin finish DLO surround with discreet door opener. ...

  • Design Review: Buick Riviera concept

    2015-05-09T10:48:35+01:00By Sam Livingstone

    The first Buick Riviera was announced in October 1962, penned by exterior designer Ed Nickles and interior designer George Moon under the direction of Bill Mitchell. It was intended as a luxury four-seat coupe and a figurehead for General Motor's Buick brand. The 1971 'boat-tail' Riviera continued the theme into ...

  • General Motors EN-V to be branded Chevrolet

    2015-05-09T10:41:49+01:00By John O'Brien

    Chevrolet was gifted a centennial birthday present today, with parent company GM announcing that its 2030 Vision concept would carry the bow-tie badge. The youthful orientation and entry level positioning of Chevrolet within the GM portfolio subtly earmarks the intended audience for the EN-V, with the device being billed as ...

  • DS5 stars in Citroën cinemagraphs

    2015-05-09T10:29:29+01:00By John O'Brien

    Citroen has released a series of ‘cinemagraphs' portraying the new DS5. The subtly moving images are an evolution of the traditional .gif file, and were created by automotive photographer James Lipman and design agency TIZA Creative.

  • Interior Motives China Conference 2009

    2015-05-09T10:27:19+01:00By Euan Sey

    As global automakers such as Porsche put the finishing touches to their show cars in the run-up to the Shanghai Motor Show on April 20th, sister publication Interior Motives is doing the same with its exciting line-up of speakers as it prepares to host the second Interior Motives China design ...

  • Interview: Tony Williams-Kenny, Design Director, SAIC Motor UK


    What's the biggest challenge for you now?"Quite honestly, it's the number of programs. We've got a lot of cars to do with not a massive team."

  • Shanghai Motor Show 2007 Photo Gallery


    Go to the 2007 Shanghai Motor Show Photo Gallery

  • Design Contest: Peugeot for the Megalopolis of Tomorrow


    Entries for the fifth edition of Peugeot's annual design competition can be submitted to the Design section of the the company's website (click link below) starting today, 30 May. The deadline for entries is 20 July 2008.

  • Essay: Searching for China's C-Factor


    Western-born Friedhelm Engler, design director of GM PATAC and the man behind the Buick Business Concept, also points out the importance of avoiding a ‘cut and paste' approach to visual design cues, preferring instead to be "more China-inspired". As a Westerner, he says, he finds the 5000 years of Chinese ...

  • Essay: Searching for China's C-Factor


    The notion of national design identities being expressed in exterior car shapes and interior ambience and function is often an intangible one. But at their best, certain French cars do now display a flair for new thinking and elegance that could only come from France, US cars can convey a ...

  • Shanghai Motor Show 2005 Trends and Overview


    China's most important automotive event is the biennial auto show that alternates venue between Beijing and Shanghai. Held this year for the first time on its new, modern fairgrounds in Pudong, the 11th Shanghai Auto Show was surely the first China Auto Show to decisively establish the fact that the ...

  • Shanghai Motor Show 2006 Trends and Overview


    China's most important automotive event is the biennial auto show that alternates venue between Beijing and Shanghai. Held this year for the first time on its new, modern fairgrounds in Pudong, the 11th Shanghai Auto Show was surely the first China Auto Show to decisively establish the fact that the ...

  • Studio Focus: BMW DesignworksUSA Shanghai


    BMW DesignworksUSA Shanghai Brands Various clients, plus BMW Group (BMW, Mini, i and Rolls-Royce)Established April 2012 Location Huangpu District, Shanghai, ChinaStaff 8 Studio leader Gerhard Steinle

  • The Rise of Chinese Auto Designers

    2015-05-09T09:55:01+01:00By Xie Guoqing

    As we witnessed at the 2011 Auto China in Shanghai, Chinese auto designers are emerging on the world stage and shaping future automobiles, not just in the domestic market but internationally. Through their joint efforts with established western automakers, the Chinese auto design industry is undoubtedly enjoying a new level ...

  • Design Review: Hyundai QarmaQ concept

    2015-05-09T09:53:24+01:00By Nick Hull

    The QarmaQ concept was undoubtedly one the best showcars at Geneva this year, a testimony to how far Hyundai have come in design terms in recent years. It wasn't so long ago that Hyundai could be relied upon to produce some of the most overwrought concepts - remember the OLV ...

  • Audi explores new color and trim options

    2015-05-09T09:51:22+01:00By Rufus Thompson

    Audi, well known for creating some of the most desired automotive interiors in the business, is looking to push the boundaries of personalization and further increase the levels of quality of interior design in its vehicles.

  • Design Review: Mercedes F800 Style concept

    2015-05-06T22:57:46+01:00By Euan Sey

    The F800 Style marks a turning point for its maker in more ways than one. A luxury sedan whose modular rear-drive platform has been engineered to accept either a plug-in hybrid or a fuel-cell electric drivetrain, it outlines Mercedes-Benz's vision both for eco-friendly executive travel and a potential sister model ...

  • Auto Shanghai 2011- Trends & Overview

    2015-05-06T21:37:25+01:00By Joe Simpson

    Clearly PSA's growing Chinese studio is paying dividends, for sister brand Peugeot's impressive SXC was another concept that appears well conceived for this market. It successfully continues the design theme started by the SR1 - and continued with the HR1 - and is proof that Peugeot's design renaissance is gaining ...

  • Design Review: Volvo Concept Universe

    2015-05-06T20:10:01+01:00By Owen Ready

    The Volvo Concept Universe marks a new era for the company and represents a couple of firsts for Volvo.

  • Designer Interviews: Mark Fetherston, Mercedes-Benz exterior designer


    Still only 36, Mark Fetherston has designed some of the most respected cars in the current Mercedes range. His breakthrough was the ‘gull-winged' SLS supercar of 2009 and he's had a hand in most of the company's significant exterior projects since, from the 2011 Concept A-Class and 2012 Concept Style ...

  • Shanghai Motor Show 2009 Trends and Overview

    2015-05-06T01:14:05+01:00By Takeshi Sato

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  • Shanghai Motor Show 2009 Trends and Overview

    2015-05-06T01:13:54+01:00By Takeshi Sato

    The Art of War by Sun Tzu suggests that victory can be achieved by both knowing yourself and knowing your enemy, but for many foreign companies the degree of growth in China is still beyond their understanding. During the first quarter of 2009 China's GDP increased by 6.1%, pushing ...

  • Design Essay: Copycat Car Design

    2015-05-06T01:13:41+01:00By Sam Livingstone

    Similar but different to the Mongrels which appear to use multiple elements from existing designs, are the Mutants that look like exact replicas of existing designs, but then introduce one distinctly different new element. The whole range of Great Wall cars are good examples of this, in particular the i7 ...

  • Design Essay: Copycat Car Design

    2015-05-06T01:13:30+01:00By Sam Livingstone

    Cars all look alike these days goes the popular saying. But, these days some car designs really do look very similar to others...Walk down the main street in a major Chinese city and, if you're a westerner in particular, you will be propositioned by sellers openly trading in counterfeit watches ...

  • Beijing Motor Show 2010 Trends & Overview

    2015-05-06T00:46:59+01:00By Nick Hull

    In Beijing we noticed another version of this, with a thin grille linking the lamps such as on the Chana Green-i and MG Zero concepts to form a sharp 'W-shaped' monographic face. Yet another variant of this face is defined by the Visteon Q-e or IAT Cross Wind II concepts, ...

  • Interview: Bob Boniface, Director of Design, GM E-Flex vehicles


    CDN: So are you going to be creating other vehicles using this architecture across other brands? Might we see a Cadillac E-Flex vehicle for example?

  • Car Design of the Year Awards 2007

    2015-05-05T22:47:03+01:00By Car Design News

    Awards for CDN's Car Design of the Year 2007 were presented to the winning design teams during last week's Geneva Motor Show.

  • Design Review: BMW Concept CS

    2015-05-05T21:38:38+01:00By Sam Livingstone

    The sedan is a generic car. The three box profile of hood, cabin and trunk is the bare essence of what a "car" is as an artifact. But this established typology is in decline. The hatchback replaced the smaller sedans several decades ago, and in recent years sales of mid-size ...

  • We invited Peter Stevens to the Shanghai Motor Show. This is what he thought.

    2015-05-05T19:52:17+01:00By Peter Stevens

    Last week the whole Car Design News team decamped to China for the 2015 edition of the Shanghai Motor Show. Joining us was Peter Stevens, who presented our Car Design Awards China ceremony, as well as scouring the world's largest exhibition for interesting insights for us. Here are his thoughts:

  • Concept Car of the Week: Citroën C-Airlounge (2003)

    2015-05-05T19:45:32+01:00By Owen Ready

    This week Citroën previewed its Aircross concept, due to be shown at the Shanghai motor show later this month. It's a demonstration of how not only the market, but also how the brand has changed over recent years.

  • Show Review: New York Auto Show 2015


    Last year's New York Auto Show wasn't a classic, with only one true concept unveiled. Conspiracy theorists (including us) pondered whether part of the problem was its late April start - due to being wedded to the fluctuating Easter calendar and thus clashing with the bigger and more important Beijing ...

  • Car Design Awards China ceremony takes place this Sunday

    2015-05-05T19:40:25+01:00By Tom Phillips

    The Car Design Awards ceremony is now just days away. To be held at the 800 Show Creative Industry Park in downtown Jing'an, the event will take place on the evening of 19 April, the day before the Shanghai Motor Show begins.

  • Car Design Awards China 2015 competition now open

    2015-05-05T19:36:52+01:00By Tom Phillips


  • Haval Concept R and Concept B to debut at Shanghai Motor Show

    2015-05-05T19:21:50+01:00By Tom Phillips

    Following the successful Coupe Concept shown at last year's Beijing Motor Show, Great Wall Motors head of design, Pierre Leclerq, has confirmed to Car Design News that the firm's top-selling SUV Haval brand will show two new concepts at next week's Shanghai Motor Show.