Could be there way of forcing BAIC to take a bigger stake then the 20% originally. Or perhaps they were at odds with BAIC on their plans so they decided to blow up the partnership and found new partners. Honestly I think the BAIC bid would be the most credible, a) they have deep pockets b) they have mass manufacturing experience c) they have other automotive partners they can obtain platforms from. d) they have access to the Chinese market.
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