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36Beijing 2008: From Jeep clones to this? Beijing 700R concept

It turns out that the Geely GT didn't corner the market on coupe concepts at Auto China 2008. Beijing Automotive -- whose Wrangler-style B40 you saw earlier -- is also on the case with its 700R coupe concept, a clean and attractive design with some interesting details. An accent line angles upward, merging with muscular rear haunches, giving the car a nice, aggressive presence. In front, knifelike headlamps; stylized, outboard air intakes; and a teensy main grille slit come together to give the

37Beijing 2008: Land Wrangler? It's the Beijing B40!

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23Beijing 2008: Brilliance BS4 wagon is good looking... no BS!

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18Beijing 2008: Volkswagen Lavida meets its home audience

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9Geely TX4 LTC show car turns London taxi into hot rod. Sort of.

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56Beijing 208: Geely Tiger GT concept steals the show

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AddBeijing 2008: BYD e6 concept in the metal

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4Beijing 2008: Citroen C2 Kappa jogs onstage

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AddBeijing '08 Preview: Great Wall Peri EV

It would seem that a green theme will be present when Auto China 2008 kicks off in Beijing on Saturday. We've already seen BYD's e6 concept, and next up is an electric version of the Great Wall Peri. The Peri is the car that raised the ire of Fiat due to its strong resemblance to the Panda. Copycatting arguments aside, the Peri EV concept is pretty self-explanatory: it's an electric Peri driven by a 50 kW electric motor. With lithium-ion batteries supplying power, the Peri EV is claimed to have

23Beijing '08 Preview: Changfeng Qi Ling CP1A

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AddBeijing 2008: FAW unveils Besturn B70HEV

In case you're not familiar with First Automobile Works (FAW), as its name suggests, FAW was the first company in China to mass produce vehicles. Their Jiefang CA-10 medium truck began production in 1956. They have a bit of a history in electric and hybrid cars as well, building the Prius in China for Toyota through a joint venture and building the Miles range of NEV's, an electric version of the Daihatsu Move.

25Beijing '08 Preview: Geely CE Concept

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