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These Chinese Cars Look Very Familiar (7 pics)

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  • 18 Sep, 2015  |
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Visitors to the Frankfurt Auto Show quickly noticed that some of the Chinese cars on display looked familiar, a little too familiar. These companies hired an entire team of designers to create new cars and all they got were blatant rip offs of cars that already exist.

1 These Chinese Cars Look Very Familiar (7 pics)


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№1 Author: plat1n (18 Sep 2015 02:32) Total user comments: 129


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These cars only only look familiar, I'm sure that quality is far away from the originals.
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№2 Author: Nick1090 (18 Sep 2015 14:07) Total user comments: 1257


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Look at Chinese cars from the 90's, one cylinder three wheeled carts. Compared to now. Give them a few years, Chinese cars will be everywhere.
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№3 Author: Ano (19 Sep 2015 02:01) Total user comments: 0


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Stealing designs? No big deals. They are taking lands by force from their neighbors.
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№4 Author: Pete (20 Sep 2015 02:20) Total user comments: 0


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Quote: Nick1090
Look at Chinese cars from the 90's, one cylinder three wheeled carts. Compared to now. Give them a few years, Chinese cars will be everywhere.


Or not. A few years ago "Great Wall", an auto brand tried to break into the Australian market with cars apparently half the cost of their counterparts. Firstly they all failed their crash testings, with the larger SUV critically failing a 40kph crash resulting in complete A frame collapse and terminal injuries to the test dummies head and torso. ...from a 40 kph frontal collision. After a few revisions, they managed to scrape by with barely passable ratings. Saw the "great wall" cars start to appear on streets. Absolutely horrible reviews, appalling build quality, constant servicing and repairs needed. They're rarely seen today as anyone daft enough to b one initially won't touch another, and they have zero resale value.

They're a good way to throw away half the cost of a decent auto.
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