Arcfox to Zeekr: Star cars at the 2024 Beijing motor show

It is expected to be offered with rear- or four-wheel drive, with up to 395bhp and 500lb ft for a 0-62mph time of 4.4sec. Electric range is not yet known, but in China – where it is sold as the Lighting Cat – it uses an 83kWh battery that delivers 373 miles of range.

Honda Ye GT Concept

Honda has launched a new model line with its Chinese joint-venture partners, Dongfeng and GAC, aimed at making headway in the country.

Called Ye, its flagship model is previewed by a sharp-edged, low-slung saloon focused on driver engagement.

A production version will go on sale in China next year.

Honda Ye P7 and S7

Honda Ye S7 at Beijing motor show – front

The first two arrivals from the Ye line-up are a pair of electric crossovers. They share the same underpinnings but are distinguished by their styling, with the S7 getting a three-pronged headlight design in line with the GT Concept.

Honda unwraps new Ye series of EVs, including sleek GT

iCar V23

iCar V23 at Beijing motor show – front

Chery’s nascent iCar brand showed its second model, the V23. It’s a battery-electric 4×4 aimed at young buyers, putting a futuristic twist on classic designs such as as the Jeep Wrangler, Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Land Rover Defender.

iCar X25

iCar X25 at Beijing motor show – front

Bolstering iCar’s 4×4 line-up is a type of car we haven’t seen since the Renault Scenic RX4 – an off-road MPV. Local media reports it has a range-extender powertrain.

Lamborghini Urus SE

Lamborghini Urus SE at Beijing motor show – front

Lamborghini’s bold and brash SUV has gone exclusively electrified with a new plug-in hybrid powertrain that puts out a muscular 789bhp. It’ll crack 0-62mph in 3.4sec and its 25.9kWh battery delivers an electric-only range of 37 miles.

Lamborghini Urus hybrid revealed as UK’s most powerful ICE SUV

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