ShuangHuan Auto is in hot water after producing a knock-off Honda CR-V, which in a masterstroke of poor camouflaging is called the SR-V. The company also seems to be infringing on Audi's logo copyright, as it uses half of the four rings design on its grill. The president of Honda Automobile China said "We can't stand by and see our worldwide quality compromised by copies." The estate of late blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughn could not be reached for comment.
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