China has done it again, folks, and this time it’s the Lamborghini Urus‘ turn to be cloned. Introducing the Huansu C60 Hyosow, a newly-unveiled model made by Huansu Auto, one of the many companies owned by Beijing Auto International Corporation (BAIC).

Huansu, meaning “Magic Speed”, didn’t really go all-out with this aping exercise, but the SUV clearly exhibits a “healthy” amount of similar design cues taken from the Italian super-SUV. One look at the headlights and fender vents and the inspiration becomes clear. Just another day in the Land of the Dragon, eh?

It’s not a bad looker, and it’s certainly not terribly priced as well. The C60 Hyosow will reportedly cost between 100,000 to 150,000 yuan (RM62k to RM93k), and power comes from either a 150 hp 1.5 litre or 195 hp 2.0 litre turbocharged four-cylinder engines. In contrast, the Urus packs a 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8, producing 641 hp and 850 Nm of torque.

Size-wise, the clone should be sufficiently large to accommodate five individuals. It has a wheelbase of 2,815 mm, which is very long, but still 188 mm shy of the Urus. The C60 Hyosow will make its debut in China on June 6, so watch this space for more updates. For now, what do you think of it? Comment below!

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