It was made of cheap plastic, the kind that wobbles and won’t hold its shape under gentle pressure but snaps like a twig is pressed even slightly too hard. There were seams, warps, and wobbles throughout, and what details there were had the look of lazy vacuum-forming.

The nameplate read “BиW JAGUR SPURT.”

“Wow,” he said. “These new Chinese sedans aren’t even trying.”

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