Autocar.co.uk produced extensive coverage from the show. Editor Mark Tisshaw and news editor Rachel Burgess combed the halls of the China International Exhibition Centre, bursting out their finest Mandarin to check out all the new cars.
Meanwhile, digital editor James Attwood, senior staff writer Sam Sheehan and editorial assistant Sam Jenkins co-ordinated coverage from Autocar Towers in Twickenham.
You can read all our stories from Beijing by clicking here, and check out our live coverage from the show below.
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Beijing motor show: live updates
1410 BST / 2110 CST: As mentioned, editor Mark Tisshaw spent a good chunk of the show touring the stands of the Chinese car firms, and has picked out his five best and five worst China-only machines. You can check it out here.
1345 BST / 2045 CST: We're winding down our live coverage on this blog (what with the show having closed for the day and all). But Tish and Rachel are still sorting through their notepads, and we'll have some more stories and updates to come on the site, so keep your eyes out here.
Here are some of the big Beijing motor show headlines (free free to insert your own News at Ten-style bongs in between reading each):
Mercedes-Benz stole some of the early headlines, with two very different cars: the production-ready A-Class saloon (which will be coming to the UK), and the Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury electric SUV concept.
The Volkswagen Group brands launched several new models: there was a China-only Volkswagen Lavida, an Audi Q5 L and Audi A8 L for those who like their cars with more rear legroom and the Skoda Kamiq SUV (another China-only model). Continuing the China-only theme, the firm also launched a new joint venture sub-brand called SOL.
BMW showed the almost production-ready Concept iX3, an electic SUV based on the X3.
Jaguar celebrated 50 years of the XJ model with the launch of a new XJ50 special edition.
Nissan launched a new Sylphy Zero Emission, a China-only electric SUV based on the Leaf. Meanwhile, Honda showed its own China-only EV concept, from its new Everus brand.
Ford launched a new version of the Escort - yes, the Escort - which will be sold in China alongside two generations of the Focus.
Chinese firm Geely's various brands generated plenty of headlines. Geely showed a Concept Icon that was based on the Volvo XC40 platform, while its new Lynk & Co brand confirmed it will only sell hybrid and electric models in Europe. Volvo also launched the XC40 T5 Twin Engine PHEV, while Polestar confirmed the price of its 1 hybrid coupe.
Those are the main headlines, but there are plenty other stories coming out of the show, while you'll find elsewhere on this website and below. And we'll have a full show report here later.
1250 BST / 1950 CST: Things are winding down in the Beijing show for the day, and one of Tish's final stops has been the BYD stand.