Showing posts in the category of Replica

Land Rover CEO Pissed at LandWind Over Their X7 Evoque Clone


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Land Rover CEO Dr Ralf Speth said LandWind’s X7 SUV qualifies as an Intellectual Property theft and will approach Chinese officials about the matter at the Guangzhou Auto Show.

New Land Wind X7 is China's Range Rover Evoque Knockoff


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We don’t know if you noticed it, but Landwind's, or rather Land Wind's [sic], new X7 looks like the Range Rover Evoque – a lot, actually.

Darling, I Shrunk the Porsche 928 – the Brazilian Way


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There’s nothing wrong with your screen’s resolution, nor is this a Porsche enthusiast’s Photoshop attempt. The car you’re looking at is a bonna-fide mini replica of the 928 – with a twist.

Bugatti Veyron 1:1 Scale Wooden Replica Looks Amazing; Costs Only $3,300!


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A workshop in Boyolali, Central Java in Indonesia is grabbing headlines for its beautifully handcrafted wooden replicas, highlighted here by a 1:1 scale version of the Bugatti Veyron.

What Do You Make of This Bungled Up BMW 540i E39?


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Some said Chris Bangle's bubble-butted and droopy-eyed BMW 7-Series E65 would age like a fine bottle of wine and win us over in the years to come. Hmm… I'm still not seeing that 13 years later; perhaps we need another decade or so to appreciate the design?

Can’t Afford a Range Rover Evoque? The Landwind X7 Clone is Four Times Cheaper


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Remember the patent images of the Range Rover Evoque Chinese copy, the Landwind X7?

Roll Like a Scruffy Millionaire in a Bugatti Veyron Clone for Only $39,000


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It ain't easy being a clone, especially of a supermodel of the auto world, the Bugatti Veyron, so you may want to take it easy on this one, even though the seller is virtually asking for it…

Chrysler Sebring Cross-Dressed as Bentley Continental GT Convertible


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Every year, dozens of Sebring convertibles are sacrificed on the altar known as the aftermarket industry, all in the name of Bentley and the replica world that has found a new star child in Chrysler's unloved bar of soap drop-top.

China's Landwind Pulls a Range Rover Evoque Clone Out of its Hat


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If, as they say, imitation is a sincere form of flattery, then the folks over at Land Rover must be blushing from the adoration of China's Landwind, or rather, Land Wind, judging by their newly designed company insignia adorning the edge of the hood of the upcoming X7 Breeze SUV.

Nissan 350Z Thinks it's Related to the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Reventon


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It's not one of the most beautiful designs in the automotive world, but the Nissan 350Z (made from 2002 through 2008 in coupe guise) is arguably one of the better looking and perhaps more importantly, distinctly styled sports cars of our times, which kind of makes you wonder why anyone would proceed with the changes you see in the example pictured above.

Boo BAIC for Resorting to Copying the Mercedes G-Wagen!


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Behold the magnificence of the Beijing Auto or BAIC BJ80. It is proof that China still thinks the world isn’t looking…but it is. It’s not hard to see it’s a blatant rip-off of the Mercedes G-Wagen, with a kind of Jeep/Hummer grille grafted on, along with slightly altered Land Rover Defender headlight assemblies.

New Chinese Carmaker Kawei Starts Off on Wrong Foot with Ford F-150 Clone


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Looking back three years, we see how much the domestic Chinese automotive sector has evolved, up to the point where the rest of the world almost needs to take it seriously…

No Joke, This Porsche Cayenne Thinks it's a Ferrari


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If Ferrari sticks to its word and doesn’t bring an SUV to the world, this rebadged Porsche Cayenne found on eBay UK may remain the closest thing to a crossover from Maranello.

Mitsubishi 3000GT Has Plastic Surgery to Supposedly Replicate Ferrari F430 Looks


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You can add this eBay find to our ever-growing file of Ferrari clones, or rather, wannabe doubles, because just like the two previous Mitsubishi 3000GT-based Ferrari F430-replicas that we showed you in the not so distant past, the plastic surgery leaves plenty be desired when it comes to its Ferrari likeness– and that's being kind.

Unfinished Bugatti Veyron Replica Lies on a 2004 Pontiac GTO


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If you've set your heart on obtaining a Veyron, you now have the added option of Bugatti's newly launched Certified Pre-Owned Program, but if your weekly paycheck and bank account disagree, you could always fool your inner cravings with a replica.

Japanese Stud or German Dud? Nissan Silvia S15 with BMW 3-Series Face Transplant


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Playing God with the styling DNA of cars is nothing new, with results usually varying from WTF, like this Ford Mustang-faced and Nissan Skyline-assed BMW 7-Series to head-scratchers of the Subaru-BMW-Audi and Nissan 370Z-Porsche Panamera blending kind.

Chinese Grandpa Creates Mini Electric Lamborghini for his Grandson [w/Video]


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How cool is that? A Chinese grandfather wanted to drive his young grandson to school in something better than a bike or trike, so he took to his home garage and built a mini-sized, Lamborghini roadster replica powered by batteries from scrap pieces and a lot of love and personal labor.

Making a W221 out of a W140 Mercedes-Benz S-Class


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It's funny how perception works. Most people consider the W140-codenamed Mercedes-Benz S-Class from the 1990s as the behemoth of the series, but did you know that it's actually smaller in every dimension than the new W222 S-Class? Imagine that…

Racing Fan Builds Ferrari F1 Replica for the Road for $4,300 [w/Video]


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It won't G-force your back onto the seat nor will it tingle your spine with a screeching sound of a V8 engine turning at 10,000rpm, and if you name starts with Usain and ends in Bolt, you could probably outrun it in a street race, but damn; this is an impressively cool build for a car that was created in a small island shop in the Bali Sea purely from the love and passion for F1.

Poor Nissan 300ZX Living the Drag Life of a Ferrari F512 M


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If you ask me, the third and last iteration of the Ferrari Testarossa, the F512 M produced in just 500 units from 1994 through 1996, is one of the most tasteless styling jobs to come out of Maranello in the brand's modern history; it’s as if some number-cruncher took the 1980s Testarossa and said, "hey, how about we screw on these leftover parts and give it a 1990s groove?".