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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Sightings of a strange Chinese coupé

Shanghai Auto 2015 really describe very strange future, where at first glance could be describe Ferrari merges with Porsche to create an EV. Of course the concept sports car is not coming from both renowned European sports car manufacturers.
Smiling Ferrari is a Chinese Porsche Cayman copycat in Shanghai Auto Show 2015. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1drlL6S)
But, this strange sports car made by Suzhou Eagle, a Chinese company that specializes in manufacturing electric vehicles such as golf cars and garbage trucks. However, they are very serious in making the 'Eagle Carrie EV', even offering a model that’s street legal in the European Union.
The Chinese company was freely inserts their Eagle logo into the Porsche emblem. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1drlL6S)
This e-sports car is clearly taking a combination of body shape and face of the Porsche Cayman and Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. This can be seen start from the emblem, they has been insert their Eagle logo into the Porsche emblem with freely.
The Chinese coupé was adopted Ferrari F12 Berlinetta for its front fascia. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1drlL6S)
At the rear, the shape of 981 Cayman seems even more complete, with no shades of Ferrari was present in this area. Meanwhile, there are a few rendering images for the cabin, which clearly continues the Zuffenhausen theme with the exception of the dashboard instruments, which are fully digital.
While on the Eagle Carrie EV rear section was Porsche Cayman copycat. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JzT6db)
The strange coupé is also equipped with wheel-hub motor that promises to deliver a torque of 600 Nm. The weight of this car is 800 kg, while the battery pack adds weight about 260 Kg.

Eagle Carrie EV has dimensions of 4.3 meters long, 1.8 meters wide and 1.3 meters high. As for performance, they claimed that the coupé can be accelerate from zero to 100 Km/h in 4.8 seconds, while it has top speed at 120 Km/h. Nope, no typo here.
While the 9kWh battery pack used seems like a bad joke and so is the promised mileage of more than 260 Km. If they manage to sell this Suzhou Eagle Carrie on the local market it seems very unlikely that the two brands will allow that this copy crosses the borders of the country. It seems like, this is a form of weird electric sports coupé that appears just to make a sensation and controversy. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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