"Ke Mai Luo" is how you say Camaro in China

This just in. The Chevy Camaro will be re-branded Ke Mai Luo for sales in China. As far as we can tell, it either means "Ministry of Running to Catch Something," or "a subordinate in a gang of bandits."

GM's prepping the Camaro-in-China message ahead of the car's China launch at the Shanghai auto show next month. The base model Ke Mai Luo with a 3.6-liter engine will be priced around RMB 500,000, or US$76,295.


GM says the Camaro's "masculine design" will join China's Euro-dominated luxury sports car market, which grew 141% in 2010.

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