It's been a little over a year since China's Yema Auto dazzled us with its replication capabilities when it introduced a new breed of clone concepts at the Chengdu Auto Show 2011 with the T-SUV (call me VW Tiguan), E-SUV (Infiniti EX) and the F16 and E-Taxi twins (Audi A4 Avant).
In the time that passed since then, Yema Auto's engineers worked hard to finish the development of one of those models, the F16, that is now ready for a small-scale production in battery-powered form under its sub brand Mustang.
The Mustang F16 (E-Taxi) measures 4,510mm (177.6 inches) long, 1,760mm (69.3 inches) wide and 1,615mm (63.6 inches) tall.
A Yema Auto official told Chinese car site Autohome that the F16 features an electric motor developing 80hp fed by a set of lithium-ion batteries that offer a driving range of up to 260km (162 mph).
For the time being, the F16 will be available only as a taxicab in select areas with Yema Auto to introduce the regular version for private buyers in the upcoming months. Bellow you will find photos of both the F16 and one of Yema Auto's other clones, the F99.
Photo Credits: Yema, Autohome & Auto.QQ