Three Chinese automakers are negotiating for space at the North American International Auto show in January 2007, reports The Detroit News. Hunan Changfeng Motor Co. Ltd., Great Wall Motor Co. Ltd. and Hebei Zhongxing Automobile Co. Ltd. are likely to exhibit, says Robert Thibodeau Jr., co-chair of the Detroit show. These automakers hope to start selling vehicles in the U.S. in two to three years, according to the report. In this year’s show, Geely Automobile displayed the $10,000 7151 CK sedan. Geely, a private company, and state-owned Chery Automobile, Co. intend to start selling vehicles on the U.S. mainland in 2008.