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The Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS) has its big names, like the Detroit Three, and then there are the lesser known auto manufacturers.

Take, for example, Local Motors that actually had a stand inside the hall this year — it was 3D printing cars.

Even more perplexing was the presence of China's GAC Group. As we brought to you last week, the company gave us a world exclusive sneak peek at the GS4 compact sport-utility vehicle.

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But here's the conundrum: the company does not have a timeline of when it expects to make it to U.S. shores, if at all.

We know that timelines mean nothing — remember how many times Alfa Romeo said it would be back — but it shows a little more effort than just showing up with a small stand near the front doors of Cobo.

So, we put it to YOU, the Spies, to provide us with some sort of business rationale why the Chinese automaker had a presence at this year's 2015 Detroit Auto Show.

Anyone, anyone?


**The 2015 Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS) photo galleries are sponsored by Lexus.


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