The Rolls Royce team were a little taken back by the Hongki HQD which looks a lot like the Rolls Phantom with a bigger grille (is that possible?). Chris Bangle, whose last name is now a verb in some vocabularies meaning, "to foul things up", eyed the design and quoth a cryptic "I'd just like to find out some more." The automaker is better known in China as Red Flag because they traditionally supplied the official cars for the Communist Party. And this is what their capitalist car would look like, a Rolls Royce.
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