Chinese car-maker Chery first came to most people's attention (if it has come to their attention at all) when they introduced their QQ model. The QQ bore a striking resemblance to the Daewoo Matiz which is sold in China as the Chevrolet Spark. General Motors wasn't too pleased about that and sued Chery, but ultimately dropped the suit. Last fall at the Beijing Motor Show, Chery showed off a mini-van called the V2, which was labeled a concept at the time. China Car Times is reporting that the unfortunately-styled V2 is now in production and has been spotted on the road. Chery has decided to take two thirds of longer, lower, wider to the opposite extreme. In this case the photos speak for themselves.
[Source: China Car Times]
Perhaps Chery should stick to copying Daewoos
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