GM, a year after reclaiming global sales leadership, is preparing a renewed Cadillac push in China with plans to introduce new products, increase local production and expand sales outlets as it aims to boost sales in the country at least fivefold to match U.S. deliveries by 2020.
Toyota unveiled a trio of concept cars at the Beijing show that tease a future front nose and grille styling that is arrow-like and sleek. The concepts all take the pointy-nosed looks of the NS4 concept, which debuted at the Detroit auto show in January, one step further.
Lamborghini unveiled the Urus concept that previews an SUV set to become the brand's third model line. The supercar maker foresees annual sales of 3,000 for the SUV, with China, the U.S., Europe, Russia and the Middle East as the main markets.
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