Chinese copycat cars are hilarious and the strange thing is it is legal in China to copy Car designs! The Chinese automotive industry has come a long way in recent years. From humble beginnings, Chinese car manufacturers have now become some of the most innovative and competitive in the world.
However, there is one area where Chinese car makers have a bit of a reputation: copycatting. In the early days of the Chinese automotive industry, it was not uncommon to see cars that were virtually identical to popular Western models.
While this practice has largely died down in recent years, there are still a few Chinese copycat cars that are still on the market. Here are 15 of the most notable examples:
Maple 30X is a copycat car of Tata Nexon (India)
The Maple 30X features a similar front end design, with a single-piece grille and projector headlights. The side profile is also very similar, with the same two-tone paint scheme and sloping roofline. Even the interior of the Maple 30X is similar to the Nexon, with a similar dashboard layout and touchscreen infotainment system.
However, there are some key differences between the two cars. The Maple 30X is slightly larger than the Nexon, with a longer wheelbase and a wider track. It also has a more powerful electric motor, with a maximum output of 70 kW. The Maple 30X also has a longer range than the Nexon, with a claimed range of 306 kilometers on a single charge.
Jiangnan TT- Maruti 800 (India)
Changan Lingxuan – Toyota Innova Crysta–India
Suzhou Eagle Carrie – Ferrari FF
Diablo VT (Yes, They didn’t spare the name even) – Lamborghini Diablo
Landwind X7 – Range Rover Evoque
Brilliance B5- BMW X1
CH Auto Litha- Audi R8
Lifan 330 Ev- Mini Cooper
Baic Bj 80- Mercedes G Wagon
Huansu C60- Lamborghini Urus
BYD Yuan- Ford Ecosport
Hunkt Canticie- Range Rover Sport
KDC Regola and McLaren 720 S: The Supercar copycat
Changan CX70 T and Land Rover Discovery: Epic Chinese copycat car
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