BEIJING – General Motors Corp. has signed off on its first globally designed passenger car, now said to be making its way through the prototype stage. The all-new Buick was designed with input from China, the U.S. and Australia and will be launched simultaneously in China and North America. The Chinese and American Buicks will boast virtually 100% parts commonality, consolidating purchasing worldwide and improving the vehicle’s profitability. The car is a result of collaboration ...

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