These prize concepts and prototypes will be sure crowd-pleasers at the open-air exhibition running from June 6 through 10.
Among the rare sightings will be a 1956 Jaguar XKSS and 1938 Alfa Romeo estimated at $30 million and $40 million, respectively.
Hail an F-Type SVR or XJR575 for a hot lap on Germany’s legendary Nürburgring track.
The aggressive all-wheel-drive XF variant is versatile and very much in vogue.
Jaguar showcases an enhanced, exclusive variant of its signature sedan at the Beijing Motor Show.
Pick the car that suits your midsummer excursion: From an all-terrain transport in the mountains, to roaring down PCH in a roadster (sans roof).
From a robotic racer to a hypercar that repairs itself, these imaginative machines help drive automotive advancement.
Best of the Best