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A look at some of the latest and most innovative rides from automakers around the world.

 
 

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Visitors to the China International Automobile Exhibition check out the new Chevrolet Spark.

GM, which owns Chevrolet, has the biggest presence in China of any foreign automaker. The Detroit-based company plans to introduce 10 to 12 models in China over the next two years.


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