On occasion we have commented the perverse that it is the Chinese automotive industry. Intellectual property and copyrights do not exist by which anyone can copy what you want from others without having to pay a price for it. That is what has happened to Land Rover with his Range Rover Evoque as it has seen how a Chinese firm has copied all the lines of your design with impunity.
In the images that illustrate this story you can see thing like that are both models. Changes are of nuance but must be taken into account that the price of Landwind X 7 is three times less than the of the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. This situation has tried it to stop the British firm by resorting to the courts. The problem is that they have become them back since the jurisdiction to be applied is the china and in the country there is no regulation on the matter requiring a brand to respond to another if they do plagiarism.
To complain about the situation that is supporting the British firm Ralf Speth, Land Rover CEO, took advantage of the Hall of the Shanghai automobile to talk about it. The Steering acknowledged the success of the Landwind X is 7 in the market but faulted it is as well for being a copy of the Evoque. It has also recognized that the error is that the first official images of the model for China were made public a year until they pass by the Patent Office of the country and for this reason have been desecrated.
It should be noted that Landwind has sold around 80 thousand units during the last year 2016 7 x. This SUV is the best-selling model of the firm in his native country and logically exceeds several thousand units to the sales which is registering the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. Surely the British firm and the rest of the scene of the car firms think it is twice before unveiling a model without having previously spent by the Patent Office of China.
Now, having not be copied already guarantees is another matter.
Source – Land Rover