The Hongqi L7 is a hsort wheelbase version of the CA7600L China state limo
Youngamn Lotus's big Beijing launch was an SUV concept
FAW looks to have take inspiration from the Volvo Concept Universe for its X121's front looks
The R008 is FAW's first ever SUV and follows a concept shown in Shanghai last year
The Brilliance saloon concept blends the looks of a Fisker Karma with a BMW 3-series
The Brilliance V5 also has more than a hint of BMW to it
The Ciimo saloon is the work of a joint venture between Honda and Dongfeng
The Lifan 320CVT borrows much from the Mini in its styling
It's not a Chinese design, but the Eterniti Artemis - at £250k - is aimed at the Chinese market
BAIC took the old Smart Forfour's platform and turned it into an outgoing B-class
The number of blatant 'clones' of western manufacturers' cars may have been down on recent years, but the Beijing motor show still featured some designs that had more than an air of familiarity to them.
But even more prevalent at the show were original designs and vehicle concepts, from the stylish Chery TX SUV to the striking MG Icon concept.
Click here to view some of the homegrown stars of the Beijing motor show.