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    Re: Chevy’s Bolt-Based Crossover Surfaces In China As The Buick Velite 7

    Sometimes I am happy I am not Chinese.

    This is one of those times.

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    Re: Chevy’s Bolt-Based Crossover Surfaces In China As The Buick Velite 7

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Buttons View Post
    Sometimes I am happy I am not Chinese.

    This is one of those times.
    Well yeah, but what about Japanese?

    It sounded pretty good until I actually said it.

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    Re: Chevy’s Bolt-Based Crossover Surfaces In China As The Buick Velite 7

    Quote Originally Posted by richmond2000 View Post
    the ERA of the "full sized" tail fin lasted about 5 years and more like 3 culminating in teh 59 CADDY and LOOK what CHEVY did with the FIN in 58 - they LAID them over to make WINGS

    this "C" pillar on design is offering LITTLE "originality" brand to brand and with the CUV-come-EGG designs EVERY CUV looks the same unlike mid 50's JETY age tail designs on cars
    1959, actually. The 58 Impala was the original Taurus. No sharp edges.
    It sounded pretty good until I actually said it.

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    Re: Chevy’s Bolt-Based Crossover Surfaces In China As The Buick Velite 7

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    Well yeah, but what about Japanese?

    I'm all about cultural appropriation!

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    Re: Chevy’s Bolt-Based Crossover Surfaces In China As The Buick Velite 7

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    Too bad China gets first dibs at things from GM nowadays.
    No loss this time.
    EVs that look like economy cars serve no purpose. All EVs are economy cars, even fast ones!
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