The Chinese Are Building Lambos

Replica

Stealing others' technology and intellectual property rights... one project at a time.

Well, kind of. We all know by now that China isn't as big on innovation as it is on copying the work of others. And that trend, unfortunately, extends to cars as well, with many Chinese automobiles emerging as little more than replicas of existing ones from other countries. And that's what we have here. This replica Aventador under construction in the People's Republic will probably look the part when it's done, but underneath it's all steel where the real deal is made of a proprietary type of carbon fiber.

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