Shanghai 2015 motor show
2015 Auto Shanghai
17 November 2014
Show Dates: 20 April 2015 - 29 April 2015
Now that the Shanghai auto show is done and dusted, it is clear that the
Chinese automotive event is fast becoming a major motoring event.
Chinese market exclusive vehicles were on show, with Honda unveiling its
Concept D, previewing a new styling direction for SUVs in the region, Nissan
showing off its Lannia, a new mid-sizer aimed at the young buyer, and the
Aussie-designed Ford Taurus, a large-sized flagship sedan for the Eastern
Elsewhere, Lexus unleashed its facelifted ES sedan, featuring updated cosmetic
styling, while Audi took the wraps off its petrol-electric Q7 e-tron hybrid and
its sleek Prologue Allroad wagon concept.
With the curtain now drawn on Auto Shanghai, the next major motor show won't be
held until September, where Germany will host the Frankfurt auto show.
As always, for all the latest automotive news head to GoAuto.
Auto Shanghai is well and truly underway in China with the media preview days
over and the doors flung open to the public.
One of the most crowd-pulling debuts was by General Motors giant Chevrolet and
its FNR concept, which showcased a wedge-shaped, scissor-doored,
magnetic-wheeled electric supercar, and garnered significant attention from
MG took the covers off its production-ready GS SUV - a segment first for the
Chinese-owned British car-maker - and it is expected to arrive Down Under next
year to compete against the Nissan X-Trail, Mitsubishi Outlander and Mazda CX-5.
With a few more days to go at China's largest motoring event, keep it on GoAuto
for all the latest.
With the 2015 Auto Shanghai just around the corner, news from the Chinese
automotive extravaganza is coming in thick and fast.
Mercedes-Benz will debut a near production version of its upcoming GLC Coupe, a
stylish SUV set to take on the polarising BMW X6.
Citroen has also shown off its Aircross Concept ahead of premiering in Shanghai
next week. The Concept shows off unique styling and previews a potential
large-sized SUV for the French car-maker.
Just days away from kicking off, stay tuned to GoAuto for all the latest
automotive news coming from Shanghai.
China is fast becoming a booming market with a huge thirst for cars – both
economical and expensive – and auto makers from around the world have cottoned
Auto Shanghai will no doubt be a hotbed of expensive and exotic metals from all
the well known brands, as well as a mix of vehicles from lesser-known Chinese
brands, sure to impress everyone in attendance.
The biennial show alternates every other year with Beijing, and the 2015 Auto
Shanghai is sure to surprise, so stay tuned to GoAuto to keep on top of all the
automotive news coming out of China.
All-rounder: Audi is set to debut its Prologue Allroad during the Shanghai show, which will preview its next-generation models.
Cars at the show: