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21.04.2015

There can be only one, unless you forget to register your design: the Range Rover Evoque and the copycat Landwind X7

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Filed under: business, cars, China, design, general, India, media, UK—Jack Yan @ 03.04

4 Responses to ‘There can be only one, unless you forget to register your design: the Range Rover Evoque and the copycat Landwind X7’

  1. […] A version of this piece appeared on Jack Yan’s personal blog. […]

  2. […] An earlier version of this piece appeared on Jack Yan’s personal blog. […]

  3. […] Landwind Rongyao succeeds the company’s (and Ford affiliate’s) Range Rover Evoque clone, the X7, with a body designed by GFG Style (that’s Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro, the first production […]

  4. […] car maker seems to have muddled the cause of action it was supposed to have taken.    I’ve already taken issue with its inability to protect the L538 Range Rover Evoque shape in China under that country’s laws, and while that judgement was eventually overturned in JLR’s favour, […]

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