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I think that Japan, US, and Europe should keep an eye open on this automotive developments in china. Chinese manufacturers are probably not afraid of copying anything. A Chinese company entitled Haunghai Automobile was definitely not afraid of violating the rights of Hyundai , which created Santa Fe. What is most amazing is that both cars were presented at the Beijing Auto Show. Chinese automaker Geely Holding Group Co.
Chinese Copycats That Will Make You Angry
But when it comes to cars, the most famous thing China is famous for is building vehicles that look remarkably like those designed by other people. You might even call it uncanny. Is this practice really as rife as the internet makes out, though? There is actually a Mercedes-Benz logo displayed on the stand, if that gives you a clue.
It was only a matter of time before a Chinese automaker squeezed its way into the highly lucrative American car market. Many have tried and failed, but now that Zotye has announced it'll launch an SUV in the US for , we figured it was time to highlight Chinese-built cars and SUVs that shamelessly copied vehicles with help from the government from the likes of Mercedes-Benz, Jeep, Bentley, Ferrari, and Porsche. While some Chinese customers may have been fooled by these blatant design thefts, Westerners are not. So we dug through the archives to find some Chinese vehicles whose designs are the most blatant rip-offs. Before you ask, China passed a law to protect its domestic carmakers by making it nearly impossible for a Western automaker to prove to a Chinese court its patented designs were stolen.