The Cross Hybrid Concept and Estate Concept preview future Qoros designs and technologies.
Qoros says these vehicles will signal the brand's commitment to creating a range of attractive, modern models for discerning customers in Europe and China.
The Cross Hybrid Concept and Estate Concept studies are both based on the same platform as the Qoros GQ3, which is due to be launched in China in the second half of 2013, with the first cars arriving in Europe later in the year.
Further Qoros models will be launched at intervals of around six months.
The Qoros model line-up is characterised by modern, German-influenced design, world-class safety technology, and the highest production quality standards.
Each Qoros will feature as standard an advanced infotainment system that is unique in the automotive sector and that includes comprehensive networking, connectivity and guidance functionality.
To be produced in a new assembly plant in Changshu, China, the new range of Qoros models is being designed and engineered by an international team of experienced specialists and new, young automotive talent.
"Intelligent modular vehicle platform technology allows us to create new vehicle concepts quickly and efficiently," says Vice Chairman of Qoros Auto Co Ltd, Volker Steinwascher.
"The Qoros GQ3 is the first of many models that will be based on this platform, and the technology will allow us to develop a complete model family in a very efficient manner."