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.
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.