Volkswagen launched a new version of a classic nameplate: The Beetle Cabriolet.
Audi’s R8 Spyder wowed the crowds on the first day of the show.
Pierre Png and Jesseca Liu brought star power to Mazda’s preview of its CX-9 SUV.
Hyundai’s Ioniq represents the Korean car maker’s first concerted effort into electrification.
The Kia Niro’s hybrid powertrain qualifies it for a generous CEVS rebate.
Toyota’s C-HR crossover continues the Japanese car maker’s recent push to attract younger buyers with cars that are sharply styled.
Infiniti previewed its Q60 coupe.
A dose of French flair came in the shape of Renault’s new Megane range.
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2670956_Hot rods and more at Singapore Motorshow 2017
Hot rods and more at Singapore Motorshow 2017

January 13
Crowd-thrilling stunts, bargains and a bevy of beautiful machines are the order of the day at Singapore’s leading auto show
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