Audi RS Q3 Concept
This Audi Q3 gets a sporty facelift and new performance credentials over the standard Q3 model.
It adds a muscular body kit with meatier front and rear bumpers, a larger rear spoiler and 20-inch alloy wheels. It also has a lowered ride height of around 25mm.
The RS Q3 uses a 2.5-litre turbocharged petrol delivering 355bhp.
BMW i8 concept Spyder
Although this petrol-electric hybrid was revealed before Beijing, this particular model was set apart from the others as it offered a roofless roadster appeal and solid doors, as opposed to the previously revealed transparent ones.
The i8 will offer fuel economy of 90mpg yet a top speed of 155mph. The i8 is expected to be on sale in late 2014.
Citroen Numero 9 concept
Citroen continues to expand its larger vehicle range with a new sleek concept.
Measuring almost five metres long the Numero 9 offers a stretched appeal, which may spark a love hate relationship amongst some car fans.
A production model has not been announced, but the Numero 9 may give styling indications for future Citroen models.
Honda Concept C
Honda's new Concept C is a highly sculpted saloon lathered in body contours and topped off with a mean looking front end.
Honda has said that this new concept hints at Honda's future design direction. The Concept C is likely to appear in China, but whether or not it will go global is unknown.
The C in the nametag stands for 'Cool', 'Challenge' and 'China'.
Fiat has unveiled its Viaggio saloon at Beijing, a pleasant change from its small lucrative models like the 500 and the Punto.
As it is a little out of Fiat's comfort zone the design is pretty basic, but as details are still vague it may be a little too early to judge.
Fiat has said that the Viaggio will offer turbo engines as well as the latest dual dry clutch gearbox. It is set to reach the Chinese market, UK release is still unknown.
Jeep Wrangler Dragon Design Concept
These concept additions are purely cosmetic as it offers the same mechanics as the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.
Its exterior is finished in a gloss black paint job with bronze/gold detailing on its wheels and front grille. There is of course the addition of dragon graphics on its doors, bonnet and spare tire in the rear.
The black and gold detailing continues to its interior.
The Renault Talisman saloon will catch the eye of business car buyers as it offers a stylish and luxurious appeal, of which Renault has labelled 'casual luxury'.
Although its exterior design seems basic, its interior offers plenty of whistles and bells, which is essentially what a business orientated car is all about.
The saloon is headed for China with a price tag of around £30,000. Unfortunately, a UK release is very unlikely.
Lamborghini Urus concept
There is no denying that this is a nice looking SUV, the only thing that may shock you is that it's a Lamborghini.
Although the SUV design is a whole different direction for Lamborghini, you can't help but recognise the styling influence as it offers somewhat of a pointed front end with a slanted roof and plenty of bonnet contours.
Rumours suggest the SUV may use a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8.
The Lexus ES250 conveys the usual luxury appeal of any Lexus saloon, with a front grille surround design that almost bends in on itself.
The ES250 is aimed at being fuel efficient and has therefore been given a smaller engine compared to the ES350. Due to popular demand the ES250's rear seats have been made bigger.
Mercedes Benz Concept Style Coupe
This is a close to production model of the new saloon by Mercedes, which is expected to gain the CLA nametag when it goes on sale.
It features sporty body contours, a panoramic glass roof and 20-inch turbine-esque wheels. The car uses a four cylinder engine developing 211bhp.
Honda Concept S
This concept has a people carrier feel about it with a large extended rear end and a sloped nose like front end.
Honda has said that this model will offer both a fun driving experience and economical credentials, which may hint that it will be a hybrid model if put into production.
The S in the nametag stands for 'Stylish', 'Smart' and 'Surprise'.
This MG looks like a mish mash of several different cars, including some very prominent Mini design features.
Its futuristic coupe-like design is however quite appealing. Extensive details, including engine details, have not yet been released, but we do know that the MG Icon can seat four.
The Nissan ESFLOW is a full electric sports car that builds on the battery technology of the Nissan Leaf.
Its design is futuristic to say the least as it offers a bubble-like cabin, huge wheel arches and headlights that cut into its bonnet.
Its rear wheels each have an electric motor which can propel it from 0-62mph in less than five seconds. Its batteries have a range of over 150 miles.
Peugeot Urban Crossover
Peugeot's Urban Crossover rides on the same platform as the new 208 supermini and echoes similar design features many other crossovers do, including a small rear spoiler and a muscular stance.
It also features a floating front grille, a windswept contour appeal and subtle orange trim on its roofline and front lights.
Audi A6 L e-tron concept
Although its exterior design isn't that different to other Audi designs, its major difference being its slick alloys and single barred horizontal front grille, its powertrain is its defining feature.
It uses a 2.0-litre TFSI petrol matched with a 155kW electric motor, of which allows it to travel up to around 50 miles on electric power alone.
Nissan Venucia e-concept
At first glance all you can think is 'this looks like the Nissan Leaf', which is because it essentially is the Leaf.
It is made by Nissan's sub-brand Venucia and will be going on sale in China alongside the new the Venucia D50, which is based on the old Nissan Tiida.
Toyota Dear Qin concept sedan
This concept model is one of two and displays Toyota's new design language for future models it will release to the Chinese market in a year or so.
The Qin concept includes a stretched front end appeal with sharp front headlights and a strangely arched front grille.
Toyota hopes that the slick new design language will attract new buyers to the brand.
Volkswagen E-Bugster concept
Volkswagen revealed a convertible version of its frugal E-Bugster concept at Beijing 2012.
The E-Bugster is an all-electric vehicle that uses an electric motor delivering 85kWh of power and can travel up to 110 miles off a single charge.
Its styling is synonymous with the Beetle design but features a lower roadster ride height and stylish 20-inch alloy wheels.
Geely Englon SC7-RV
This SC7-RV is compliments of one of Geely's sub brands, Englon.
In true London taxi cab style this model offers a bubble-like cabin and an extended square front end, with the added style of a bronze paint job.
Engines include a choice of four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines.
Porsche Cayenne GTS
This is a performance based version of the Cayenne S and although the only styling additions are minor, it is still worth feasting your eyes on.
Aside from its attractive sloped roofline and shiny red paint job the Cayenne uses a powerful 4.8-litre V8 engine that produces a power output of 420bhp and a top speed of 162mph.