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Chinese copycat cars With China's car market booming, we look at the shameless copycat cars Chinese marques are selling and explain how they get away with it The oakley shades for cheap car industry in China is getting bigger by the day. Back in 2013, Chinese manufacturers produced an almighty 18.7 millions cars, which equated to 22.7 per cent of the cheap mens oakley sunglasses globe's total car production for that year. Many of those models were from brands which will be familiar to western drivers, and others were built by companies we've never heard of before. However there is a third group in this Venn diagram: cars made by obscure brands that still manage to spark a sense of dj vu. These are the .Many of China's domestic car brands have a less than proud history when it comes to copying car designs from other manufacturers. The practice is less common than it once was but some Chinese models are still blatant rip offs that are barely distinguishable from the vehicles that inspired them. Yet more are subtler imitations of the original source material.In the past we've seen MINI lookalikes, bargain basement Range Rover Evoques, and even an attempt to replicate the grandeur of a Rolls Royce. So we've selected some of the best copy and paste jobs out there, and placed them side by side with their doppelgangers for your convenience.Scroll down to view our pick of the recent , and let us know what you think of their oakley backpack outlet efforts in the comments section.China's copycat cars: are they legal?We spoke to Oliver Tidman, a solicitor at intellectual property law firm BRIFFA, to find out what legal standing a car maker has if it thinks its design has been copied by another. These require countries to recognise each other's intellectual property laws. "The company would have to prove that there has been copying by assessing the objective similarities and deciding whether those similarities are the result of independent creation, or whether the infringing design has been derived from the original design," said our expert. "If the design or prototype is deemed original, it is possible to obtain registered design protection for up to 25 years," Tidman explained.Copycat cats: Do these look familiar?Check out the copycat cars below, alongside the models they seem to have drawn inspiration from.LandWind X7 and Range Rover EvoqueJiangling's LandWind X7 has long been known as a very convincing copy of the Range Rover Evoque, and although their use of a lurid green paintjob was previously a major giveaway, the adoption of a far more sensible (but still rather brash) white body for the 2017 Shanghai Motor Show has made telling the two apart even more difficult.Hongqi LS5 and Range RoverThe Hongqi LS5 proves that the Evoque isn't the only Range Rover product China seems so keen on, but also the big daddy of the range. Sitting alongside the bizarrely styled L5 limo, the LS5 uses the previous generation Range Rover as its styling model, just stretched oakley sunglasses purple a bit to suit more Chinese tastes.There's even a hint of the Jeep Grand Cherokee at the front too. Inside, the passengers are treated to lots of luxury gizmos along with a dashboard that has a passing resemblance to surprise, surprise an old Range Rover's. Under the bonnet is a turbocharged 4.0 litre petrol pushing out around 510bhp.

Eagle and Porsche CaymanThe Eagle is a car designed to show off the country's expertise in producing an electric sports cars, but there's no getting away from which cars the designer has taken his cues from.There's no getting away from how much like the Eagle looks like a Porsche Cayman with a Ferrari F12 nose grafted on. Even the badge is a near copy of the Porsche's iconic golden shield.

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