The Zotye SR9 is a completeclone of the Porsche Macan. But with Zotye badges on it people might still think you are poor. That problem has now been solved thanks to innovative Chinese entrpeneurs selling their wares on Alibaba’s Taobao, a Chinese e-commerce website that combines eBay and Amazon.
They sell full sets of Porsche Macan badges for the SR9, the sets are so popular that even Zotye dealers are putting them on, a seen on the first photo. The same thing happened with the Landwind X7.
A very pretty Porsche Panamera, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street. The good Porsche is wrapped in a mind freaking gold light Pink wrap and further sexed up with a body kit, darkened windows, HRE alloys, shiny green brake pads, and ultra low tires.
A very pretty Porsche Cayman sporty car, Spotted in China near the Goldenport race track in Beijing. The good ‘Man was wrapped in an eye killing Pink wrap, and further dressed up with darkened windows, racy five spoke alloys, and a license plate reading L00UI, which, our experts say, stands for ‘love you’.
An interesting car crash in China. A trash-carrying tricycle hit into a Porsche Cayenne, late at night in the great city of Zhengzhou in Henan Province. The accident lead most of the trash to land on the bonnet of the Porsche. Happily, there were no serious injuries.
The Porsche 718 Cayman debuted on the Beijing Auto Show, fittingly so because China officially became Porsche largest market worldwide last year, and Porsche hopes the new 718 Cayman will push the numbers up even more. There were two cars on stage; a gray base Cayman and a blue Cayman S.
This white wonder is the brand new Zotye SR8 SUV from China, looking completely ready for its debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April and its launch on the Chinese car market in H2. The Zotye SR8, formerly known as the Zotye T700, is a near-perfect clone of the Porsche Macan.
This is not the Porsche Macan. This is the Zotye T700, a Chinese clone of the Porsche Macan. And as a clone, it is almost perfect, up until the mirrors abd the roof rails. The only real differences are the shape of the grille and the design of the lower part of the bumper. Otherwise a 1:1.
This is not a Porsche Macan. This instead is the new Zotye T700 from China, developed and manufactured by Zotye Automobile, a local Chinese automaker with quite some expertise in copying cars. The Zotye T700 will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2016.