drive it!: The Motor Magazine

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The days when German carmakers sent their excess stock to China to get rid of it at a profit are over. Nowadays, to make a splash at the Shanghai Motor Show, manufacturers need to make cars exclusively for the Chinese market.The three convertibles from BMW, Maserati and Jaguar featured in this week's Drive it! would be just the ticket. And we delve into the auto hall of fame to take a look at Volkswagen's compact but robust rallye-beetle. Examine it! The Shanghai Auto ShowThe Shanghai Auto Show takes place every two years, alternating with Beijing's Auto Show.This year manufacturers will premiere their latest products at the show for the fourteenth time. The Chinese car market is not growing quite as quickly as in previous years, but it's still way ahead of Europe. German carmakers are well represented in China and they have plenty of world premieres in Shanghai too. Drive it! takes a look at the latest car trends on display. Compare it! BMW 6er Cabrio - Maserati GranCabrio - Jaguar XK
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