If the neighboring country China is called a duplicate machine, then it will not be wrong. China is famous for copying products all over the world. Be it iPhones, smart gadgets from other companies, or even a bike or a car. The latest case is related to the copy of the car. Some Chinese companies sell their vehicles in the neighboring country of Pakistan. Today we are telling you about one such Chinese car sold in Pakistan, which is a mixture of two vehicles of the Indian company Mahindra or simply a car made by combining the design of two vehicles.
Exterior: The name of this Chinese car manufacturer is BAIC and it sells a car named BJ40 Plus in the neighboring country. Which looks exactly like Mahindra Thar, although its front grille matches another SUV Bolero from the company itself. The rest of the rear profile and side profile is completely identical to that of the Thar. However, the tail lamps, tailgate design, and the spare wheel mounted on the tailgate can remind you a lot of American automaker Jeep Wrangler.
Features: Talking about the features of BAIC's BJ40 Plus, which is sold in the neighboring country of Pakistan and came from China with its friendly behavior, you get a 12.3-inch LCD instrument cluster display, which comes with a 10-inch touch infotainment system. . There is an inbuilt dashcam behind the rearview mirror. In this, you get an electrically adjustable driver seat. At the same time, you get to see features like cruise control, power windows, automatic climate control, rear AC vents.
Engine: Copy of Thar Talking about the engine of this BJ40 Plus, the company says that it is an off-roader SUV. It has a 2.3-liter turbocharged petrol engine that comes with direct injection. This engine is capable of generating 250 PS of power and 350 Nm of peak torque. Talking about transmission, it comes with 6-speed automatic transmission. It also gets a 2.0-liter diesel engine mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. Let us tell you that recently a copy of Ninja bike Finza was seen in China. At the same time, earlier this year in the Chinese market, a copy of the Indian two-wheeler manufacturer Royal Enfield Himalayan, an adventurous bike, was also seen.