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Chinese automaker to show three cars at 2018 Detroit auto show

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Teaser for Trumpchi GS7 debuting at 2017 Detroit auto showA government-owned Chinese car company will take to the main show floor at next week's North American International Auto Show in Detroit with three new cars. No, you can't buy one—at least not yet. GAC, the automaker exhibiting in Detroit, isn't currently allowed to sell cars here and it's not clear if that will change any time soon...

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GM is showing a lot more than 3 cars.

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11 hours ago, Professur said:

GM is showing a lot more than 3 cars.

Psh, they do that every year... <- sarcasm

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GM has been a Chinese car builder for a while now

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I am still underwhelmed.

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The dollar store display is going all out.

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