SHANGHAI – BMW AG tips its hand at the future direction of its vehicle design as it unveils the Concept CS at the Auto Shanghai 2007 here this week. The show car, designed under the direction of Adrian van Hooydonk, head of BMW brand design, shares the same dimensions, proportion, stance and look of a Gran Turismo, only with the thrill of a high-performance sports car. But not only does the Shanghai concept have four doors, it also is significantly longer, wider and lower than the ...

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