You would be shocked to learn that this Porsche Cayenne is actually a replica based on a compact car. While the Chinese are renowned for “recreating” high-end cars, the latest version we are discussing hails from Bangladesh. Although the front fascia may deceive some, the small dimensions unmistakably reveal its true nature as a replica. Surprisingly, the exact donor model remains undisclosed, showcasing the skill of the professionals who crafted it. Let’s delve into the details here.
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Porsche Cayenne Replica
This post comes from carcrazy.india on Instagram. The caption of the post reads, “After the Range Rover replica, the Bangladeshis have upped the game with this Porsche Cayenne “inspired” EV”. Now, the front fascia looks remarkably similar to the rear Cayenne. In fact, if we look at this contraption from the front, there won’t be many obvious differences. The stylish headlamp, sporty bumper with horizontal elements and a rugged skid plate accentuate the sportiness. Moreover, the bonnet contours are astonishingly similar to the rear model. However, things change drastically once we get to the sides.
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The side profile gives away the true identity of the donor model. We don’t know which model it is. But it becomes evident that it can’t possibly be a Cayenne. The wheelbase makes it clear that this replica has been neatly developed on a compact hatchback. Also, the size of the tyres is small. The door panels are bland and simple. All these factors confirm that this is a smart replica of a premium vehicle like the Porsche Cayenne. In any case, we must appreciate the efforts the designer has put into developing this car. On top of that, this is an EV. Hence, people could use it in the city.
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I believe that imaginative creations like this one bring a distinctive appeal to both online audiences and real-life spectators. Unfortunately, my knowledge of the local laws in Bangladesh is limited, preventing me from confirming its road legality with absolute certainty. However, if it proves to be road-legal, especially as an electric vehicle, it could cater to the needs of many urban commuters. The compact dimensions and cost-effectiveness (due to its EV nature) could make it an attractive choice for numerous buyers, provided the initial pricing is reasonable.