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The Buick Riviera concept debuts at the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show

The fourth global concept car developed by the Shanghai GM and Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC) joint ventures, the Buick Riviera emulates the form of moving water. The concept designed for the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show is powered by a plug-in hybrid system that can be recharged wirelessly.  Read More

The Rolls-Royce Alpine Trial Centenary Collection Ghost will appear with one of the origin...

Rolls-Royce has designed a bespoke special edition Ghost to commemorate its successful completion of the Austrian Alpine Trials 100 years ago. At the Shanghai Auto Show, the company will pull the silken cloth off the Alpine Trial Centenary Collection.  Read More

Roof rail mounted cameras offer drivers a type of built-in GoPro option

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled its new Concept GLA SUV ahead of this year's Shanghai Auto Show. The 2014 concept, intended as a newly styled compact SUV from Mercedes Benz, is designed for urban use, and packs in high-tech innovations beside old school bespoke finishing techniques.  Read More

Wheelbase of 2.9 meters (9.5 ft), length of 4.7 meters (15.4 ft) and 1.59 meters (5.26 ft)...

Opting to show its latest concept car at the Shanghai Auto Show speaks to a shift in markets for Citroen. The French auto-manufacturer whose primary theater has been Europe has of late been struggling to retain market share. With the debut of the new Wild Rubis DS concept at the upcoming Shanghai Show, Citroen looks ready to shift gears to the emerging Asian market.  Read More

2014 Maserati Ghibli on show in Shanghai

Way back in 1966, Maserati came to the Turin Auto Show with a new performance GT in hand. Sculpted by design legend Giorgetto Giugiaro the awkwardly named Ghibli, a long of nose GT, was one of Maserati’s great successes in the 60s. After several questionable attempts to bring the name back in various forms, Maserati is set to release a redefined Ghibli – this time in sedan form.  Read More

The one-and-only image of the Icona Vulcano revealed to date

Set to debut next month at the Shanghai Auto Show comes the slightly misspelled, volcanic-influenced Icona Vulcano. Available thus far in ultra-red, the new Vulcano’s power engineering comes courtesy of Claudio Lombardi, a former Technical Director for all things powertrain at Ferrari.  Read More

Detroit Electric teases its debut electric sports coupe

Thanks largely to the Detroit Big 3, the Detroit area has been the home of American auto manufacturing for more than a century. Recently, we've seen the emergence of a new generation of small-scale Detroit manufacturer. At the North American International Auto Show, VL Automotive flashed a sneak peek at its Corvette-powered, Fisker-bodied sports car, and now Detroit Electric is getting back into the business of EV manufacturing after a seven-decade absence.  Read More

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