MG has unveiled the eZS, a fully-electric version of its compact ZS SUV, at the Guangzhou motor show.
Set to be launched in its home market next year, the eZS is likely to be powered by a 110kW, 350Nm electric motor attached to the front wheels.
MG has not yet revealed any further details of the batteries powering the eZS, only that it'll accelerate from 0-50km/h in 3.1 seconds.
Jaguar XEL revealed for China ahead of Guangzhou debut
British luxury marque Jaguar has revealed the XEL sedan for the Chinese market, essentially a long-wheelbase version of its medium-sized XE.
Only one image of the lengthened sedan has been released thus far, though overseas reports say the XEL sports a 100mm-longer wheelbase than the standard car, giving it a generous 2.93 metres between the axles - just 30mm shorter than the XF.
When you can't find talent at home, you look abroad. It's a common enough strategy, and it's one that has been keeping the lights on at legendary Pininfarina in recent years.
While it is perhaps known best for its work with Ferrari, many will quickly sing the praises of Pininfarina's design and production work with the likes of Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Lancia, BMW, Volvo - not to mention Mitsubishi, Cadillac and Chevrolet, among others.
Jaguar C-X17: five-seat concept teases production SUV
The first five-seat version of the Jaguar C-X17 concept has been unveiled at the Guangzhou motor show in China, giving the strongest hint yet of what is anticipated to become the brand's first-ever production SUV.
Seen in blue at the Frankfurt motor show – and again in silver in Dubai – with four individual freestanding bucket seats and two occasional 'leisure' seats, the Liquid Gold Jaguar C-X17 marks the first time the SUV concept has been displayed with five conventional seats.