People look at a Volvo XC40 car during the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show, in Beijing, China September 26, 2020. China's auto market has rebounded smartly from the COVID-19 crash in recent months, executives said on Saturday, as a rare in-person trade show was dominated by talk of recovery in the world's biggest car market. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A visitor takes a picture of the new Volkswagen Phideon at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show, in Beijing, China September 26, 2020. The Beijing autoshow is a far cry from the usual ebullience as fewer attend, new models are scant and prospects remain uncertain. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Visitors look at the FAW Hongqi H9+ at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show, in Beijing, China September 26, 2020. China's auto sales rose 11.6% in August from a year earlier, the fifth straight monthly rise after plunging during the lockdown. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Nissan Chief Executive Officer Makoto Uchida speaks at Nissan booth via video link during the presentation of Nissan's Ariya model during the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show, in Beijing, China September 26, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A visitor looks inside the new Volkswagen Phideon at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show, in Beijing, China September 26, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

People visit the Lynk & Co booth at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show, in Beijing, China September 26, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter