The Shanghai motor show is in full swing, although the scale of the show can't be communicated through one report alone.
Look below for the best of the domestic market's offerings at this year's show, and scroll through our gallery to see every detail.
Chery Tiggo concept
Chinese market stalwart Chery revealed the Tiggo concept, and bang on trend it was too; a high-riding coupé SUV, launched under a 'fun to drive' ethos. Penned as a design and technology concept; the fun doesn't stop when the autonomous mode is switched on either - the steering wheel, when the car is driving autonomously, doubles up as a controller for video gaming.
Such an outlandish feature might not make it to production, given that this pushes the infotainment envelope, but adding to the autonomous discussion while maintaining a fun-to-drive approach can't be dismissed as derivative.
Wey Pi4 VV7X
Great Wall Motors’ new upmarket brand Wey threw its hat into the electric SUV ring with the unveiling of the Pi4 VV7X – a high-riding SUV Coupe that is planned to go into production before the end of 2019 as a rival to the likes of the Jaguar I-Pace and Audi e-tron quattro.
Based on the recently introduced VV7, the Pi4 is mid-sized SUV coupe powered by a newly developed electric driveline that is also planned to be used by Great Wall Motors’ SUV brand, Haval. Its design is straight out of the European lookbooks; sharing much with the styling of the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe.