Auto brand news from the 2010 Beijing Auto Show and beyond:
Carmakers' "unsustainable" growth in China risks overcapacity.
China's super-rich are driving a luxury car sales boom.
Chery, China's #1 car, eyes expansion with soccer pitchman (video, above).
China's Geely denies copying Rolls-Royce.
Fiat's new designs should surprise.
Ford, where profits are up, is ready to launch new Fiesta.
Hertz agreed to buy Dollar Thrifty rival for $1.12 billion.
Holden unveils electric concept car.
Mercedes-Benz G-Class is coming back to the UK.
MG Zero revived by Chinese manufacturer.
Nissan shifts marketing budget to experiential projects.
Porsche recalls 2010 Panamera.
Rolls-Royce global sales increased 60 percent thanks to demand in China.
Spyker, the Dutch luxury sports automaker, looks to China.
Toyota recalls Corolla in Brazil; targets China for plug-in Prius tests; and, with global output up, may even post a profit.
And a new poll shows Americans think better cars are built in (drum roll, please...) the U.S.