Chery’s James Hope (far right) veteran of Detroit Three.
WUHAN, CHINA – China’s domestic automakers aren’t known for their styling prowess. Many brands here famously “borrow” established Western marques’ designs or create basic-looking models that get no one’s blood pumping. But now realizing that making cars that look as good as their foreign counterparts’ could be the key to success, Chinese automakers are stepping up their game. James Hope, Chery’s corporate director-design, is one ...
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