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Home > Blog > Performance > Shanghai Motor Show Highlights Blog
Kevin Butler

Kevin Butler

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April 23rd, 2013


Shanghai Motor Show Highlights

For automakers, a motor show is the place to show off—the recent Shanghai Motor Show didn’t disappoint. Whether it’s a concept car that’ll never see the production line, innovative smart cars that will keep us connected or just plain ridiculous, supercars, here are some of the highlights from the Shanghai Motor Show.

To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Lamborghini unveiled a special edition version of the Aventador. With increased horsepower and 50% more aerodynamically efficiency, Lamborghini showed off the super supercar to onlookers with the need for speed.

Concept cars are always cool to look at, especially with the possibility that maybe some of them might head into production. The Buick Riviera concept gave the name a comeback (Riviera hasn’t been in the Buick lineup since 1999), and the vehicle looks fit for neo-future emperor. Another concept highlight is the Nissan Friend-Me. The name of the vehicle gives the audience a less than subtle cue if who exactly Nissan is trying to market this car to. The hatchback is designed to get attention, perfect for any man in their mid-20s.

And then there’s the weird, like Smart ForJeremy. Smart teamed up with fashion designer Jeremy Scott and now the vehicle is fitted with wings. Enough said.

Check out more of some of the wildest cars from the Shanghai Motor Show here.

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