GUANGZHOU SHOW: Final list of global debuts
An updated list of world premiere concepts and production models which appeared at AutoGuangzhou's 22 November press preview day.
BAIC Shenbao D320: yet another new name for this rebodied Saab 9-5
Buick Encore: debut of Shanghai GM's locally-built model, standard 1.4 turbo
Cadillac XTS: Shanghai-built replacement for SAIC and GM's six-year old SLS
Chana Ouliwei: small five-door hatchback/minivan crossover (codename: F101)
Chana Star: After ten years, Chang'an replaces its Wuling Sunshine minivan rival
Chery Fulwin 2 facelift: first sighting of the model that will be built in Brazil in 2013
Chery QQ Sports: replacement for the QQ3 retains the same 2,340mm wheelbase
Citroën C4 L: motor show debut for Dongfeng and PSA's C-segment sedan
Emgrand EC7 & EC7-RV facelift: Geely adds daytime running lights and new grille
GM-SAIC Sail Springo EV: the former Chevrolet Sail EV concept reaches production
Great Wall C30 facelift: no longer a Voleex, also gains new grille and daytime lights
HaiMa M3: small sedan (codename: V30), expected to go on sale in H1 of 2013
HaiMa8: D-segment sedan seen at the Beijing show in April as the Yao concept
Honda Spirior facelift: mid-life update for Dongfeng Honda's version of the Accord
JAC Rein S5: small SUV, production version of SII concept from 2012 Beijing show
Landwind X5 SUV: compact 4x4 (codename: E13), has an eight-speed automatic
Lifan 720: production version of former pre-production model debuts
Li Nian Trumpchi 1.8 turbo: GAC gives this rebodied Alfa 166 a new engine
Li Nian Trumpchi GS5 1.8 turbo: new engine will replace Fiat-based units in 2013
Luxgen Master CEO: the Luxgen7 MPV changes names for the Chinese market
Luxgen S5: local market name for Dongfeng Yulon JV's China-built Luxgen5 sedan
Mitsubishi ASX: debut of locally-built variant for the new GAC-MMC joint venture
Nissan Livina facelift: Brazil had this update in March, GAC-Nissan's model follows
Peugeot Cross 207: mock-SUV version of the 206-based 207 five-door hatchback
Peugeot 3008: Dongfeng and PSA launch locally-made, facelifted model
SouEast V6 Ling Shi: C-segment hatchback, production version of V6 concept
Suzuki Beidouxing X5: the JV with Changhe adds LWB version of the Northstar e+
Venucia e30: Dongfeng Nissan modifies the Leaf, follows e-concept at Beijing show
Volkswagen Bora facelift: mid-life update for FAW and Volkswagen's small sedan
Volkswagen Golf: FAW and Volkswagen will build this modified model in Foshan
Volkswagen Santana: to be built at SVW's new plant at Yizheng (Jiangsu) from Dec
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