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THE PERFECT SUPERHERO CAR: 2022 ROLLS-ROYCE GHOST BLACK BADGE

THE PERFECT SUPERHERO CAR 2022 ROLLS-ROYCE GHOST BLACK BADGE

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Will China save the luxury car market?

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Luxury car makers are thanking China for a boost in sales. China is reporting monthly car sales of 1.5 million units this year equaling that of U.S. vehicle sales. This has pushed some car makers well into the black and is giving them much needed capital to develop new models for a world market.