Oh, how we relish when our predictions come true. It's not that we don't doubt a Chinese-based auto manufacturer will make it to the U.S., we just foresee something like Hyundai's rise not Malcolm Bricklin's vision of selling 250,000 vehicles in the first year on the market. Today we read that Pierre Gagnon, one of the big automotive names that Bricklin lured into his game, has resigned from Visionary Vehicles. Gagnon told Automotive News that Bricklin "reneged on some commitments he made to me." Yesterday, we reported that Bricklin has not signed up a single U.S. dealer yet, further putting some kinks in his plans.
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