The Maserati Ghibli is the brand's newest addition to its sedan range, and it's an enticing package: a choice of two Ferrari-built turbo V-6 engines for the U.S. (though we will miss out on the diesel), packaged with 325 to 404 horsepower--and wrapped in typically gorgeous Maserati sheet metal, of course.
The Lamborghini Aventador LP 720-4 50° Anniversario made its debut at the Shanghai Auto Show, and we have live photos and video from its debut. While it's not the most extreme Aventador-based creation yet, it's certainly not your average bear.
Acura was also at the Shanghai show, revealing a new compact crossover concept. Aimed at the same segment as the BMW X1 and upcoming Mercedes-Benz GLA, the new concept, dubbed SUV-X, hasn't been confirmed for production outside China, though Acura has said it was designed with global use in mind.
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