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Chinese automaker Guangzhou Automobile Company, or GAC, brought three concept cars to the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It's unclear if Chinese automakers will ever bridge the cultural gap and actually introduce a car in the U.S.

E-Jet Concept
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E-Jet Concept

AutoBlog says: GAC's E-jet Concept was not far off what we'd expect from more established automakers at a big show, with a generally pleasing shape and some cool detailing on the grille and rear valence.

The E-jet is set up as a Voltesque range-extended hybrid, with a 1.0-liter, four-cylinder gasoline engine acting as a generator for an electric drive motor.
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Exterior view of the E-Jet concept.
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Side view of the E-Jet concept.
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Rear view of the E-Jet concept.
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The rear end of the E-Jet concept.
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The GAC emblem, glowing in blue.
Trumpchi Sedan
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Trumpchi Sedan

AutoBlog says: There was a sedan on stage called simply Trumpchi 4WD Hybrid, which is reportedly ready to go on sale in China in the next few months. GAC has produced 200 units of the Hybrid for testing and demonstration purposes so far. The Trumpchi sedan will be the first all-wheel-drive "full hybrid" for sale in China, and makes use of an electric motor in conjunction with its 1.8-liter, 142-hp engine. True to its name, the sedan also offers real-time all-wheel drive
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Side view of the Trumpchi sedan.


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