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Beijing Autoshow opens to public

04-25-2010 11:33 BJT

 

The Beijing Autoshow has finished its two days of media previews, and is now open to the public.

From the fastest-ever Ferrari and local-made electric cars, world automakers have lined up their finest creations to woo customers in the world's largest market.

Given the gloom that has been affecting market sectors of the auto world, car shows in China are increasingly figuring in every automaker's timetable.

An unprecedented fleet of nearly 1,000 cars, with 89 global debut models, will go on display at the Beijing Autoshow.

A model poses beside an IAT Cross Wind II electric vehicle at the Beijng Auto Show. (AFP/Frederic J. Brown)
A model poses beside an IAT Cross Wind II electric vehicle at the
Beijng Auto Show. (AFP/Frederic J. Brown)


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