Chinese barber makes perfect fake Lamborghini

When I showed these photos of a Chinese Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 clone to Mike Spinelli here at Jalopnik, his first response was "Oh, a new color!" He had no idea it was fake. And he's driven one. That's because this Fauxborghini is just that good.

What you see here is a staggering result of clone-making genius created by a hair salon owner in the Chinese city of Kunming who decided he absolutely must have the latest Lambo flagship, but wasn't on the company's list of premier buyers.

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Underneath the perfectly stamped and riveted unpainted iron (carbon fiber's expensive) sits what we knew as the Infiniti I30 with a peppy 2.0-liter turbo engine. So, you know, performance should be similar. And it only cost the guy about $14,000 to build, although he still needs paint/glass/lights.

Lamborghini better sue this fella before others take his lead and build similar perfect copies.