SHANGHAI — Shanghai General Motors Co. Ltd. plans to roll out a sporty, high-performance “driver's” Buick in June. The Buick GS, which has been under development since last August, is based on Shanghai GM's police car model but is adapted to cater to the driver. Since the other models of China-made Buicks are designed to be used as a chauffeur-driven vehicle, there is more of an emphasis on comfort for the back seat, not the driver's seat. The car will be equipped with a sunroof and will ...

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