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Some of the cars that caught our eye at the Beijing automotive show.

A model stands next to a Lamborghini sports car at Auto China 2012 in Beijing. Global car makers are counting on China to maintain growth in their premium offerings, even as all the signs point to an overall slowing in the world's largest auto market.

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A Jeep Wrangler 'Dragon' Design car.

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Visitors look at a model standing next to a BMW i3 concept car.

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Toyota's latest NS4 Plug-In Hybrid concept car.

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A Mercedes-Benz Smart car.

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A model sits in a Haval E concept car from China's Great Wall Auto.

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Models pose next to a Mercedes Benz concept style coupe.

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The Renault Captur concept car.

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A security guard looks at an Infiniti Emerg-E concept car.

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A BYD e6 electric sedan. BYD Co., China's second-largest domestic car brand, showed off this updated electric sedan that it says can travel 190 miles (300 kilometers) on a charge.

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A BMW i8 Spyder.

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The Smart For-Us Pickup concept car.

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