"Not all snowflakes are the same, but yours is too close to another."
BMW Isetta. Both models have been blessed by BMW, but still it would have been better if Artega had gone with a new age design. This would have boosted their sports car appeal of the previous Artega company.
I guess if you are able to make a profit off of one Mercedes design, you might as well go for a second.
desirable profile, but at least try to cover it up a bit more. For 2021 Buick receives this award for their use of Mazda's outline profile.
borrow the same naming convention of Lexus to entice you purchase their products. The 2020 Exeed LX does play on the Lexus naming convention along with utilizing a similar profile to their products. Guess when you want to run with the luxury crowd, you might as well look the part.
knockoff of the 2nd generation Ford Raptor, or we might have given them more credit for their entry. Foton is known for trucks and transports now, but with the release of their Raptor knockoff, their respect in the truck world has just dropped.
the outline and image of the original luxury saloon (coupe profile sedan), the Mercedes-Benz CLS, for their updated G80 sedan. Too bad most of us remember this groundbreaking models from Mercedes-Benz as we still adore it. Guess that's true from Genesis as well.
for their foray into the full size truck market. A few minor tweaks make their truck a bit different, but from a distance, its still just a Silverado.
for that pick-me-up, they have decided to utilize the highly successful Toyota RAV4's outline and image. This may be what the Tucson needs to beat the competition or maybe an improvement in the companies overall appeal and quality could help it out better.
they have been able to expand their brands exposure. This is great for a company who won the rights to utilize the original Land Rover Defenders design. They may have the rights to the design and even a factory to build it in, but they are utilizing the design of a product from history. Like the Jeep and Beetle, the Defender outline has been immortalized as a Land Rover product and will always be seen that way.
INEOS only receives our CopyCat award, due to the history behind its design. We are aware that the Grenadier is a complete overhaul copy of the Defender, but they do own the rights to its design.
wanted from the AC/Shelby Cobra and more. Of course that is not without saying that its outline is straight from the AC/Shelby garage, as this model borrows nearly every aspect of the original ride.
The rear of the all new Mattu may give it that premium feel, but that could be because it comes from the rear of the Lincoln Nautilus.
Mahindra has still kept their Jeep inspired design going. Even after their long fight with Jeep in America over the Roxor, Mahindra is still determined to utilize the original Jeep profile.
language. Utilizing the outline of the SF90 Stradale, Maserati hopes no one notices that the all new MC20 is similar to the competition in design and name as it tries to gain a foothold in the hypercar market.
appeal of the Nissan Navara with it. Even its Changan and MG counterparts carry this image as well, as all three products are subject to a copycat award.
Cygnet, it also plays on the use of the original product as the iC3 is similar to that of the Toyota iQ. For this Singulato not only wins a CopyCat Award for design, they also take home this prize for copying the original product name.
may be hard to see from far away, but when you put the Jaguar next to the Toyota, you really see how Toyota borrowed the rear from the F-Pace.
entry into the automotive world. For 2021 Zotye has chosen to utilize the profile of the Audi Q5 for their new TS5. Add to this a similar naming convention and you again get a double CopyCat winner from Zotye.
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