The best of the homegrown offerings from the Beijing motor show
24 April 2012

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.

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24 April 2012

This motor show reminds me so much of Star Track serial.

Many different species,human like, but still something different.

Its good to have him anyway.

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