The Honda Concept B debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The Concept B previews a new China-only sporty five-door hatchback that will be launched on the China car market in 2016, manufactured by the Guangzhou-Honda joint venture.
The Roewe W5 Urban Concept debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The Urban Concept previews the upcoming facelift for the Roewe W5 SUV, and design elements of the concept will also be applied on other future Roewe cars. The facelifted Roewe W5 will hit the China car market late this year.
The JAC Refine A6 Concept debuted on the Beijing Auto Show, featuring an aggressive styling with a huge shiny grille and mean looking headlights. The JAC Refine A6 Concept previews the upcoming JAC Refine A6 sedan that will be launched on the China car market later this year.
The Beijing Auto Shenbao D60 Aero Concept debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The D60 Aero Concept previews the upcoming Beijing Auto Show D60 that was expected to debut on the show but didn’t really show up. They had one production car standing on a closed-off elevated part of the booth but nobody was allowed near it.
The Haval Coupe C Concept debuted on the Beijing Auto Show. The Haval Coupe C Concept, not to be confused with the Haval Coupe Concept, is previewing the upcoming Haval H7 SUV. The vehicle looked completely production ready and staff told me they didn’t expect any changes anymore.
The Volkswagen NMC Concept debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show, looking like a chili pepper dying to explode. NMC stands for New Midsize Coupe, previewing a new CC model to attack to popular Mercedes-Benz CLA. The production version will be based on the Volkswagen Jetta (called Sagitar in China), standing on the MQB platform.
The impressive Changfeng Liebao CT5 Concept pickup truck debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show, looking very badass. The Liebao CT5 Concept previews the successor of the current Liebao CT5, which is expected to hit the Chinese car market in early 2015.