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The 2nd Xiamen Cross Straits Auto Expo

Updated: 2007-06-03
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With the theme of "People, Cars and Nature", the Second West Strait Automobile Expo opened Friday morning at Xiamen International Conference and Exhibition Center. Today is the 2nd last day the auto enthusiasts can make a visit to the expo. The entry ticket is 50rmb per head, for the price, it is worth a visit to see the China latest trend in its car market.



Unlike previous years, the expo this year aims to be a strong regional event to lead the car industry in the country. The wealth existed in car market in Fujian has been depicted by the seriousness of the display and the among of latest model presented by various world class auto makers.



36 world's top auto makers participated in the event. It is the first time for many world famous brands to bring their top luxury model to this tiny city of Xiamen. Bentley, Lamborghini, Ferrari and Porch have all brought their top sports model.


Long limo is also another show stealer. Mercedes, Ford, Chrysler and China own Great Wall have staged their presents in this rapidly emerging market for this type of vehicles, targeting at the wealthy international Chinese businessmen.


It is the first time Chrysler brought to China the 6.6-meter-long limousine, which was specially made for the expo. Other auto giants, including Lamborghini and Wiesmann, shipped products here directly from overseas. Great Wall Motors displayed its 6.8-meter-long limousine Hover, which is also known as President's Sedan as it was given to Fidel Castro, head of Cuba, as a gift in this March. Report say Hover is the first limousine made in China.





In addition to the worlds'top auto brands, 32 joint venture brands and 15 domestic brands with their own features also attended the event. Also shown at the expo were cars made by Chinese car-makers, such as King Long, Zhunghwa, Geely, Cheery and FAW.




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