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look on your drive,are you starting your own slick,cos the US govt will bill you.....but if you are burning oil BP would like to hear from you...and you would have put so much smoke into the air, birds would need radar to see, otherwise look under the hood and see if you have a leak etc...and get back to us.
This is either worn valve stem seals or worn out oil rings. Have someone follow you if the car smokes more as you release the throttle on deceleration it is most likely valve stem seal if it smokes more on acceleration it is worn oil piston rings. If the smoke is white you have a blown head gasket blue smoke means burning oil, black smoke means too rich (to much gas reaching motor)
sounds more like coolant getting in to your engine or a bad rad.if exhaust was dark and smells of oil then woud be rings allowing oil into engine white exhaust indicates water or coolant in engine I would have a reputable garage check this for you also check to see if you enginge block has streaks of oil onit and even outside fenders if this is so either exhaust problem could indicate a cracked block
ask a question. White, blue, black? its most likely steam on this new of a car. nothing to worry about. if blue, its burning oil, blue on start up is leaky valve seals, black on startup is leaky injectors, real white smoke (tons will come out) not steam, is blown head gasket or cracked head/block