CH Auto Aculein - China’s first ever supercar
One would think that with all of the fun people poke at China for being such blatant copycats, that they would learn that originality is what will dominate in the car world. What is their latest act of plagiarism? China’s first ever supercar named the Aculein. Does it look familiar? Of course it does! It’s nothing else, but a cheap copy of a masterpiece: the Ferrari 599 GTO.
The supercar - named after the poisonous tip of a scorpion’s tail - is powered by a BMW sourced 4.8-liter V8 engine that delivers a total of 367bhp and 361lb ft of torque. It can sprint from 0 to 62mph in just 5.2seconds and is capable of a top speed of 167mph.
Don’t let the name fool you. We doubt that this car will launch an aggressive attack, unless, of course, someone else does it first. That is their style, isn’t it?