Here comes yet another China-made copycat, this time taking full design inspiration from the Mercedes-Benz compact car range. Dubbed the K-One, the all-electric SUV looks like a weird blend of the W176 A-Class, CLA and GLA.

According to AutoHome, the K-One is 4,100 mm long, 1,710 mm wide, 1,595mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2,520 mm. That’s significantly smaller compared to the outgoing GLA’s footprint of 4,417 mm (-317 mm) length, 1,804 mm (-94 mm) width and 2,699 mm wheelbase (-179 mm). However, it’s a great deal taller compared to the Merc’s 1,494 mm (+101 mm) height.

The K-One weighs around 1,400 kg and is said to be fully electric. Word is that the sole electric motor will make around 54 PS (with a peak output of 130 PS), and it will be juiced by a lithium-ion battery pack made by Harbin Coslight Power. Not much is known of its performance, but the car is allegedly capable of hitting a top speed of 102 km/h.

Design-wise, again, it’s not a sight for sore eyes. The front fascia is a complete rip-off of the CLA, from the shape and design of the headlights to the chrome-pinned diamond grille and side mirror caps. It rides on 16-inch alloys wrapped with 205/55 profile tyres.

Move your eyes rearward and you’ll quickly notice why it’s over 100 mm taller than the GLA. The roof, for one, is drastically raised to improve headroom (something the GLA admittedly lacks of), and the K-One appears to have a higher ground clearance.

Over at the back, it has taken inspiration from Mercedes-Benz GLC for the design of the tail lamps, albeit shorter to better suit the K-One’s compact proportions. Further down, the bumpers are aggressively styled with faux air outlets, blue highlights and twin exhaust exits. Not sure what a zero-emissions car need exhausts for, but for those who prefer a busier rump, there you go.

The K-One will be launched in China soon, so expect more details to come in the near future. Meanwhile, what do you think of this? Let us know below.