China's IAT-Auto to Reveal Three New Concept Cars at Beijing Show

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

At this year's edition of the Beijing Auto Show that runs from April 23 to 27, a Chinese company called IAT-Auto that few have heard outside its home market will take the veils off three new concept studies.

The most interesting prototype is the Wu Feng II which is a follow up to the Wu Feng I. It's a compact coupe with gullwing-style doors that's said to have a top speed of 200km/h or 124mph and can reach 100km/h (62mph) from standstill in 7 seconds.

The other two concept models are the eTAXI, a mid-size sedan powered by an electric motor, and the all-electric Bamboo Wind, a futuristic take on the A-Class the small MPV segment.
According to the official website, IAT-Auto is a company that "mainly engages in the development and design of automobile, engine and its power train, and their relative manufacture business."