The Crazy Soldier is, in fact, being built with the full knowledge and support of General Motors
. Thanks for all who caught this.
It looks as though no car is safe from China's car copying industry - not even the U.S. military-derived Humvee. Guessing that there's an extensive market out there for urban assault vehicles, China's Dongfeng has released a new model it calls the 'Crazy Soldier,' which shares a striking resemblance to the original military truck created by AM General.
The Crazy Soldier was apparently developed over a period of four and half years, with engineers working closely with army officials and General Motors
in an effort to design a vehicle that perfectly suited the needs of the military. They then added a radio and CD player, slapped a price tag on it and released it onto the Chinese domestic market.
[Source: China Car Times via Autoblog.nl