By on April 21, 2011

Chery doesn’t have much new stuff in its booth this year.

There is a QQme covered in rosepetals and the usual assortment of not-quite-ready-for-market electric prototypes every Chinese company fields. But Chery trumps every other car manufacturer at the Shanghai show in one respect: Women.

When I walked by their booth, I was impressed. 30 at least, up against the wall. China’s finest establishments do not have this variety of beauties.

When they trooped off stage  (exit left AND right) …

they were going …

and going …

and going …

and going …

 

… until the last stragglerette was gone.

I wish they had that many new cars! (That blue car on stage? I have no idea what it was.)

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