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GM's 2006 Beijing Autoshow Website

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I stumbled across the website earlier today. I found it encouraging that the Enclave was on display at the autoshow. It's one step closer to Buick-China & Buick-US consolidating line-ups.

http://autoshow.shanghaigm.com/

Click on one of the three pics (center-left) to activate the interactive autoshow floor and browse through the cars that were on display.

I'm looking forward to 2007's show. I hope to see Holden and possibly the spy-pic'd Buick Royaum replacement return to China.

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That's good to hear. I could never find confirmation of that. Now, if the Zeta Lucerne is sold in both countries, the consolidation would be complete.

Perhaps a premium compact could be developed by mid-next decade that could be sold in both markets (replacing Excelle.)

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