The 29 August press preview day of the Moscow motor show saw many concepts and new models making their global debuts.

Audi R8 facelift: LED headlights now standard, new 550hp V10 plus coupe variant

BMW 7 Series facelift: mid-life styling update and new engines, on sale now

Chevrolet Cobalt: world premiere for the Asaka-built model

Citroën C5 facelift: second, albeit minor styling update for this sedan and wagon

GAZ Group GAZelle NEXT: new light truck and minibus range due in 2013

Hyundai Equus Limousine Security: armoured to VR7 level, weighs 3.84 tonnes

Jaguar XF 3.0 AWD: sedan/LHD/supercharged V6 only for all-wheel drive XF

Jaguar XFR Speed Pack: new suspension & spoilers, top speed rises to 174mph

Kia Quoris: world premiere for the model name only as K9 is already sold in Korea

Lada El Lada: AvtoVAZ shows an experimental 1110-series Kalina five-door EV

Lada Kalina: a five-door hatchback & wagon accompaniment to the Granta sedan

Lada XRAY concept: ex-VCC design head Steve Mattin's first work for AvtoVAZ

Land Rover Freelander 2: second restyle, gains Ford's 2.0 EcoBoost, loses 3.2 I6

Lexus LS facelift: first show appearance, media launch was in July in San Francisco

Mazda6: new platform, will be built in Vladivostok and Hiroshima but no longer US

Mercedes-Benz GL 63 AMG: 410kW (550hp) turbo V8, at dealers from November

Nissan Almera: will roll off its own line at AvtoVAZ's Togliatti works from November

Opel 1.6 Ecotec engine: 1,598cc, direct injection, stop-start, turbocharged, 300Nm

Opel Astra sedan: on sale in Russia, Turkey, Ireland & elsewhere from September

Opel Astra five-door & Sports Tourer facelifts: mid-life refresh but not for the GTC

Suzuki Grand Vitara facelift: it was launched in Japan in July as the Escudo

TagAZ Vortex Tingo facelift: an update for the Chery Tiggo 3-based crossover

Zaz Vida: built in Ukraine, obsolete Chevrolet Aveo sedan lives on with new name

Author: Glenn Brooks