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When asking consumers what is most important when buying a new vehicle, many will mention styling.
After experiencing problems with a number of high-profile in-car infotainment systems, we've long wondered why automotive brands don't just use Apple's Siri.
While “table tennis, fried rice, spring rolls, and Baojun” doesn’t quite have the same ring to it as “baseball, hotdogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet,” make no mistake that General Motors is trying to make Baojun a household name the same way it has with the Chevrolet brand.