From ultra-luxury SUVs to autonomous taxis, the cars on display in Beijing provide a window into the future. These are some of the most unusual models featuring at this year's Auto China Show.
With entries from the likes of McLaren, MG, Renault and Mercedes, the technology on display is a small window into what the cars of the future will really be like.
From electric motors of all shapes and sizes, to ultra-luxury SUVs and autonomous taxis, many of the vehicles featuring in Beijing could be on our roads as soon as next year.
Hybrid Kinetic GT
This Hong Kong-built four-seat hybrid saloon can accelerate from 0-60mph in just 2.7 seconds
The brand new Senna first debuted at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year
Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion
Expected by 2022, the Vizzion promises a 400-mile electric range
Wey NIO Eve electric
The NIO Eve has been spotted at shows since last year, and promises to combine both electric and autonomous technology
The EZ-GO is designed as a six-person autonomous taxi