GM will debut a new EV showcar in the TriShield brand's most important market.
The full-size, three-row SUV is big, attractive, luxurious and economical, and we're bummed it's not coming stateside.
Bowing at this week's Beijing Motor Show, this battery-powered crossover is coming to America soon.
Just in case the Toyota Avalon isn't luxurious enough for you.
The first vehicle from the new brand is an electric crossover that appears to be based on the HR-V.
Automotive startup Lynk & Co lays out its plan for penetrating the European market and it hinges on the 01 PHEV.
We'll see a shorter-wheelbase variant in the coming months, and that's the one that's heading Stateside.
You're looking at a new battery-electric SUV that's headed to US dealers via the Beijing Motor Show.
It's breathtaking in the same way that baby from Seinfeld was.
Debuting at the Beijing Motor Show and in LA this week, the sixth-generation sedan offers optional hybrid power.
It's a three-pronged assault on your well being, in a good way.
Expect a shorter version to make its way to the US in the near future.
It has the body of an SUV, but the rear end of a sedan. It's... unique.
If there's any concept worth using as inspiration for anything, it's this one.
And it might not stay a concept for long.
One interesting design choice will remain hidden until its debut, though.
It's done something heretical to BMW's classic grille shape.
The EV SUV packs 550 horsepower and 370 miles of range.
A new generation of Lexus' most-popular sedan is Beijing Motor Show-bound and should get oodles of new tech, too.
Buick's all-electric SUV concept makes its debut at the Beijing Motor Show.
It'll debut in a China-exclusive long-wheelbase format, but that's our first look at it nevertheless.
One quick glance at the interior is all it takes to know it's a concept.