Ferrari LaFerrari and Pagani Zonda Revolucion Replicas Show Up in China

When the words “hypercar” and “replica” end up in the same sentence, you know the result is going to be hard to take in and this is exactly what is going on at the moment. This time the guys in the replica business have set their targets sky-high, since we are talking about the LaFerrari and the Zonda Revolucion. The US replica market isn’t something to neglect, but for this story we’ll be traveling to the motherland of copycats, China.
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The two adjacent images of the replicas surfaced online earlier this week and we can see that the projects have already been completed. There are no details for the copy-paste job, but we have to admit, that, at least from what we can tell by the pictures, the attention to detail was... hyper. The two seems to impersonate the Italian hypercar gods rather well, which makes everything even more disturbing.

While the LaFerrari replica chose the standard process, wearing a hue that imitates the Prancing Horse’s Rosso Corsa, the Pagani Zonda Revolucion copycat went even further, being dressed in a striking hue of Yellow. You could basically spot this from a mile away.

While American replicas usually start off with a Pontiac Fiero, these Chinese imitations could very well be based on tricycles, which, once again, is wrong at so many levels.

Still, we can be pretty certain that the LaFerrari replica has skipped the hybrid drive. As for the Pagani Zonda Revolucion, we wouldn’t bet on the replica sporting the 800 hp or the 12-settings ABS of the original.

Out of the two, the Zonda looks a bit weirder, since the mounts for the super-sized rear wing seem to have been borrowed from the world of garden furniture. No, no, no.
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