Patent Applied: China’s Landwind E32 goes for the Range Rover Evoque

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Landwind has applied for patent on the Landwind E32 SUV for the China car market. The patent drawings show a trendy vehicle looking very much like the Range Rover Evoque in style and design. The Landwind E32 will be launched on the Chinese auto market in Q4, price will start around 120.000 yuan.

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Not an Evoque, this is a Landwind…

The E32 will be powered by a 2.0 liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine with 190hp and 250nm, mated to a six-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic. The E32 is based on a shortened variant of the platform that also underpins the Landwind X8.

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Landwind is a brand-name of the Jiangling Motor Corporation (JMC).



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  1. This fucking clunky, second rate bag of shit explains everything you need to know about cars in China.

    What a bunch of lazy, unoriginal cunts.

    Piss off and come up with your own fucking ideas instead of coming up with this shit.

  2. I feel very ashamed about this. Sorry Brits, or Indians, or whatever. This is what lazy management would do to ear credits for themselves while throwing away their barely-existed integrity. I am a native Chinese citizen working in Automotive industry. In my opinion, this is totally unacceptable.

  3. Das ist ein Traumauto für wenig Geld. Auch wenn abgekupfert – schaut doch mal all die anderen Fahrzeuge an – geklaut wird immer. So macht man wenigstens den großen Autoherstellern klar, dass man auch für kleines Geld ein tolles Fahrzeug bekommen kann. Ich werde mir einen holen!!! sobald er auf dem deutschen Markt ist. Wird wahrscheinlich nicht so Qualitativ Hochwertig sein, aber ich will den Wagen ja auch keine 10 Jahre fahren.

  4. this is such lazy and feckless design. it’s little wonder that so few of China’s urban middle class have Chinese-brand cars. in a nice area of Shanghai, you’ll see about 95% foreign-brand cars and a just a few homegrown models passing by occasionally.


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