WHEN April 20-21, 2015 WHERE China Expo Complex, Shanghai, China

URL autoshanghai.auto-fairs.comSneak peeks and live coverage from the Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition with thousands of photos of new vehicles and concept car debuts.
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The world's largest automakers are creating cars tailored specifically for the Chinese automobile market. Here are the latest from the Shanghai Auto Show.

You may remember the design from such concepts as the Buick Avista.

Renault debuted the concept in Shanghai

Renault sees more power, less weight, and an increased focus on safety.

They have the same hybrid powertrain as the H600.

The new model debuted this week in Shanghai.

It will use Volvo's Compact Modular Architecture for small cars.

The company is working toward a goal of a million electrified vehicle sales by 2025.

Yes, it's coming to the US market.

Consider this a mix of the Competition package and the hardcore M4 GTS.

It will be the second EV, after an SUV slated for 2018.

Audi promises five E-Tron models for China in as many years.

This in spite of weak public interest, wavering government policy.

Companies acting now to prepare for the inevitable need.

Most variants also feature new engines.

Look for updated styling to complement new engines and transmissions.

Yet another electric Volkswagen concept car aims at production.

The EV crossover further demonstrates the flexibility of VW's modular MEB architecture.

It's called the Project E, and it's coming to Shanghai.

Yes, it still has the love-it-or-hate-it spindle grille.

Don't expect a major overhaul on design.

The little crossover boasts 228 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque.

The E200 EV And The Zhima E30 Are Electric Mashups

Chinese automaker Zotye shows off the E200 EV and Zhima E30 EV at the Shanghai Motor Show.

Plus: Notes On The Shanghai Motor Show, Software Tampering, And Ford's Expansion In Mexico

We recap the week's events with a focus on General Motors' plan to avoid entanglements and partners. Plus other news and notes from around the auto world.

South East Motor (SEM) unveiled the DX7 sport-utility vehicle at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show, featuring a handsome design penned by Pininfarina.

That's A Tall Target From Today's Numbers

Japan's Nikkei reports that Toyota wants hybrids to make up 30 percent of its sales in China. As of now, Toyota's hybrid sales are in the low single-digits.

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