Blurring the line even further between the real Range Rover Evoque and its Chinese clone, Landwind is now selling aftermarket bits and pieces to make the X7 look even more like the authentic British crossover.

Blurring the line even further between the real Range Rover Evoque and its Chinese clone, Landwind is now selling aftermarket bits and pieces to make the X7 look even more like the authentic British crossover.

As if the Landwind X7 wasn't already a clone of the Range Rover Evoque, there are now numerous kits which include a grille and badging to make the Chinese replica look even more like the real deal. Perhaps even worse (and quite shocking) is the fact that Landwind is actually selling some of these kits through its own dealership network in China.

Needless to say, customers are only fooling themselves as even though the design has been nicely replicated, underneath the skin is an entirely different car which is actually three times cheaper than the Evoque. Land Rover was about to sue Landwind, but the laws in China regarding copyright infringement are rudimentary and they decided to just drop the case since the chances of winning would have been slim.

With such a huge price gap between the two, it's highly unlikely Land Rover will lose any customers, but it's still sad to see the Landwind X7 exists and has actually gone on sale earlier this week exclusively in China.

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