Shanghai Auto Show: The All Chrome Buick Excelle

Remember the gold plated Infiniti that was arrested by Chinese police? Did you think that was a bit over the top? GM China shares your sentiments. Instead of gauche gold, GM China displays an all chrome Buick Excelle XT at the Shanghai Auto Show.

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What's Wrong With This Picture: Baby Buick Apes Astra Edition
No wonder GM decided it couldn’t give up Opel… it would have lost Buick as well! Expect this Buick Excelle (a rebadged Opel Astra in the style o…
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  • MaintenanceCosts Has the EU indicated the basis for treating different OEMs differently?
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