Beijing Auto Show 2012

Fashion whether this wonderful example of diamonds happily sprayed on the model costing many times more than the most expensive of cars really sends a signal to the auto world. Precious jewels adorn her shape and its glitter a forever memory of all the chrome, stainless steel and shaped metals. Its as if a body has more than speed, those silver slicks of diamonds are as as fast as light itself.

There you go, the world’s first exotic able to move the speed of light.

 

LuxeSoul Magazine

First quarter passenger car sales in China may have been flat, but that does not seem to have dampened the enthusiasm for the Beijing Auto Show, which opened earlier this week. Every year, China’s major auto show alternates between Beijing and Shanghai, and every year, the show seems to get bigger.

This year’s show requires 230,000 square meters of floor space — 156,000 square meters for the assemblers in the new China International Exhibition Center, which opened in 2008 in the Shunyi District of Beijing, and 74,000 square meters of space in the old China International Exhibition Center, just off the 3rd Ring Road. As a measure of how big the auto business has become in China, before 2008 the assemblers and components companies were all able to fit in the old convention center. The components companies are not too happy with the new arrangement where they are forced to…

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One response to “Beijing Auto Show 2012

  1. Generally dresses with pearls, and have substance, and in this case matching the car is absolutely as creative as it gets. Mari Li Yingzhi … fantastic job getting to work with the 2012 Beijing Auto Show.

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