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One of the most important auto shows worldwide, the 2010 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, more commonly known as Auto China 2010, will be held at the China International Exhibition Center (Tianzhu) and the China International Exhibition Center (Jinganzhuang) in Beijing from April 23-May 2, 2010.

Both commercial and passenger vehicles will be showcased at the Tianzhu Center, while auto accessories, parts, and related products will be displayed at the Jinganzhuang Center.

Both Chinese and multinational auto manufacturers have demonstrated unprecedented enthusiasm, with enormous human and financial resources dedicated to the event.
Thanks to their strong support, Auto China 2010 will set new standards in terms of the scope, exhibited brands, quality of vehicles and booth designs. The event will provide visitors with a memorable “journey” of sensory delights, as well as a unique opportunity to learn about the latest developments across the global automotive sector.

The show will have 990 vehicles on display, including 89 world debuts, of which, 75 vehicles are entrants from China’s domestic automakers, while 14 are from multinationals.
Multinational automakers are planning Asian debuts for 41 vehicles, while domestic counterparts will be showing 35 vehicles for the first time. Sixty-five concept cars will be exhibited, including 37 from the multinationals. In addition, the 95 new energy-powered vehicles on display are expected to be head-turners at the event. Italy-based automaker Ducati also will make Asian debuts for two motorcycles.

About Auto China

Founded in 1990, Beijing International Automotive Exhibition (Auto China) has successfully hosted 11 shows to date. Auto China consistently offers high quality, scale and influence with each show, while continually improving facilities and services. Many multinational automakers recognize Auto China as one of the most important A-class auto shows worldwide, while China’s domestic players use the event to showcase domestically produced brands and homegrown innovation. With commitment to product quality, to making sure that each automaker is represented and to the globalization of the sector, Auto China has become a platform for brand promotion, technical innovation and information exchange between the global players. Auto China 2010 is expected to significantly contribute to information exchange and cooperation between and development of global automakers.