A copy of Bugatti Veyron went on sale in China. It was estimated at only $4,500, and you can buy a car even online – on the website of Alibaba. About this writes Autoevolution.
Chinese electric car Shandong Qilu Fengde P8 only vaguely resembles a Bugatti supercar. It has a similar front end with a horseshoe-shaped grille and elongated headlights and four round lights in the back.
In the interior, white and black leatherette combines with bright red mats. The Bugatti Veyron clone even got a touchscreen multimedia display. Not only that, but the car has two rear seats for children and a small trunk.
Despite its similarity to a high-speed supercar, the electric car does not show outstanding dynamics. Shandong Qilu Fengde P8 is equipped with a modest motor with an output of only 3.35 hp and can reach 50 km/h. But technically it is not a car, and you can drive it without a license.
The lead battery provides a cruising range of 150 km. It takes 10 hours to charge the electric car.
It is noteworthy that the real Bugatti electric car also exists. Not only that, you don’t need a license to drive it either.