Audi, VW, Daimler show off new car models in Shanghai

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At Shanghai's car show, the world's biggest car makers have unveiled ambitious plans for expansion in China.

Nissan Motor plans to raise sales by about 15% to 1.15 million vehicles a year.

General Motors is set to double the number of cars its sells in China to 5 million in the next four years.

Yet as well as their announcing expansion plans, car firms have also used the show to show off several new models, as the BBC's Juliana Liu reports from Shanghai.

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