FCA in CopyCat Mode
borrowing the design language of other automakers. You can see this with three new models from Alfa Romeo, Maserati and Chrysler. Sure we know that FCA is having issues with product releases, but borrowing others designs is something that is not right.
If your wondering what models are in question, then take a look at the following and see if you can find out where they originated from:
Alfa Romeo Giulia
Having trouble finding out where they came from, then take a look at the BMW M5, Hyundai Sonata and Porsche Macan. Sure it may be hard to see how these two are similar, but the aspect and language is the same. When you take a look at their cookie cutter outline, you really start to see the real similarities. Guess someone at FCA design house, got lazy and took the outline of another car and added on their own key features. Sure this will work with most people, but AutoLooks can see right through this. Guess this year FCA will make our list for copycat awards. Too bad, as they were starting to have some really good looking cars.
Original release date: March 2016
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