10 best examples of automotive plagiarism from China
Obviously, this is how the Chinese designers who were responsible for creating models from this collection thought. Admire the most outstanding examples!
10. Huanghai PlutusOriginal: Chevrolet Colorado
There are several differences between Plutus and Colorado that only a professional can identify. The rest are content with an unknown icon on the grille.
9. Longer Yuelang X1Original: Range Rover Evoque
The electric car, carefully styled as an Evoque, flaunts wheel caps with a BMW badge for inexplicable reasons.
8. BAIC B80VJOriginal: Mercedes-Benz Gelandewagen
A copy of the legendary Chinese-made army SUV received a Jeep-style radiator grille for greater conviction.
7. Hawtai B35Original: Porsche Cayenne
Once Cayenne set new standards in the class of sports crossovers, so the appearance of its Chinese copy was quite natural.
6. Chery QQOriginal: Daewoo Matiz
In this case, plagiarism went so far that the doors of the copy and the original were completely interchangeable.
5. Lifan 320Original: Mini Cooper
If the Mini is damn expensive for you, Lifan will come to the rescue, which costs several times cheaper.
4. BaminOriginal: Mercedes-Benz W123
The old but reliable design of the Mercedes-Benz W123 served as the basis for a whole family of Chinese cars, including a pickup truck.
3. Shuanguan SCEOOriginal: BMW X5
The impudent Chinese crossover attracted so much attention that BMW even tried to sue Shuanguan - alas, to no avail.
2. Dongfeng Crazy SoldierOriginal: Hummer H1
The Chinese military didn’t just copy the American Hummer: they also called it “crazy soldier”.
1. Geely GEOriginal: Rolls-Royce Phantom
For the luxury executive sedan, the flagship brand of Geely, the monumental British Phantom was taken.Everything for cars ...
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