When Ford's head honcho Mark Fields debuted the new Lincoln Continental, he said the car was aimed at China, and he stated the brand had only entered the Chinese car market last November. That's not quite right, though Lincoln might wish you'd forget about it.
Are you an extremely wealthy Chinese oligarch and/or party official? Is a Ferrari FF too loud and garish for your liking? Do you long for the good old days when Mao was in charge and people knew their place? Have we got a car for you!
This, my fellow members of the Working Proletariat, is what the endless joy of Communism brings us. This beast of burden, this chromed harbinger of the downfall of the bourgeoisie, this generous mass that has been handed down to us by those who are more equal than others, is the true reward for harmoniously striving…
When we had the 50 Cars Made For Over 20 Years list a few weeks back, we were deafened by the howls of outrage from those whose favorite cars didn't make the cut.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Chinese automakers are the sincerest mofos in the automaking universe. Take, for example something called the Sceo from Shuanghuan Auto (above
left), which looks from the rear quarter like a knockoff BMW X5. Chery made headlines last year when GM accused it of…