The Singapore Motorshow 2018 may not be as famous as other auto shows, but there are some cool new cars that you may not see in the US. Citroen's C3 Aircross, as well as China's Maxus G10 Executive make its first appearance in the country. While the show is generally catered towards those looking to buy new cars, it's also a great event for the car enthusiasts to check out the latest and the newest.
Seen here is the Porsche 911 GT 3, which caught our eyes with its sexy curves despite the appearance of the new Panamera Sport Turismo.
Making its debut in Singapore, the Hyundai Ioniq Electric is a fully electric car finally makes its way to the sunny island, though its likely a majority of owners who live in apartments won't be able to charge the car as the shared carpark lots in these places don't have electrical charging points.
The Mini Countryman shows off a portable tent on its hood (plus it looks really nice too).
The Citroen C3 Aircross SUV looks small, but there's surprisingly a lot of room inside.
Inside the Citreon C3 Aircross, a small compact SUV, you'll find a wireless charger for your phones as well.
The rear of the C3 Aircross features retro stylings in the rear windows that help it stand out.
Spanish car maker Seat wants in on the Singapore market with its new 2018 Ibiza. Hopefully the new model will help the company step up its presence in the region as well.
Suburu's XV gets sliced in half to reveal its insides and it's quite a looker.
Mitsubishi's Eclipse Cross is a massive SUV that's also launching for the first time in the sunny island.
Making an appearance at the show is the Nissan Leaf, but it's won't be sold in Singapore for now.
Maxus may not be a familiar name, as its cars are normally sold in China, but the Chinese car maker's G10 Executive MPV is big and spacious.
There's plenty of space in the Maxus G10 Executive's boot.
The new Lexus NX300 Crossover finally makes its way to Asia.
Infiniti has a upgraded Q50 to show, but didn't announce anything new.