We can start with conspiracy theories or just own up that the hardtop-convertible Chery M14 was one of the few cars at the Shanghai Auto Show that was designed by an outside source. The Pininfarina-penned car gets all sorts of praise from Malcolm "The Mouth" Bricklin from the sub-$19,000 U.S. price tag to a boast that the M14 is a "state-of-the-art, high-performance automobile, the likes of which have never been seen in the United States." Cough, cough… Sorry we just choked on our drink. More grandiose language closes out this press release that promises sales of 2,000,000 vehicles in the U.S. with 1,000,000 of them built at VV/Chery facilities in the U.S. Whoa-up there Silver, let's get one dealership and a car sold in the States before you promise millions of sales and assembly lines. Like sands though the hourglass…

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