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Weighing in at 3,714-pounds, the Qiantu K50 Event is officially China’s first supercar, and is most certainly Bugatti Veyron-inspired. However, instead of the 1200HP engine, a pair of electric motors produce a combined outpout 400 horsepower, while the 41.5 kWh lithium-ion battery pack allows for a driving range of 250 km/150 miles. How much does it cost? Well, $115,000 for the base model, which places it right on par with the Tesla Model S in China. Since it’s being built in the country, buyers qualify for several financial incentives. Continue reading for eleven more strange car knockoffs from China.