Chinese Electric Smart Car Clone Yours for $1700


Electric Smart Car Clones china
Electric Smart Car Clones

We’ve known for a while that a small factory in the outskirts of Shandong province have been making there own version of the Smart car. The Chinese produced copy is hand ‘crafted’ from fibreglass and uses an electric drive-train.

The outside of the vehicle looks suprisingly similar to the genuine article, the interior however leaves much to be desired!

The only details we’ve been able to uncover are that the eSmart is available in either a hard top or soft top configuration, uses a standard wall plug for overnight charging and starts from a wallet friendly 12000RMB ($1700).

We’ll post more as we get it.

Want more info? Leave a comment or send us an email:

info@gizchina.com

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14 Comments

  1. znordak
    March 1, 2010

    Maybe I dont understand this blog,but there is so much good ‘unfinished’ information..
    All the ‘clone’ posts.. I want them all,but its hard to find with the information supplied.
    (its not a rant on Your work,I maybe understand why You are doing so)
    strange post from me, anyways..
    My new favorite blog.. keep it up!

  2. March 1, 2010

    ‘unfinished’? you mean contact details?

    info@gizchina.com

    There you go:)

  3. Guest
    March 1, 2010

    Maybe I dont understand this blog,but there is so much good ‘unfinished’ information..
    All the ‘clone’ posts.. I want them all,but its hard to find with the information supplied.
    (its not a rant on Your work,I maybe understand why You are doing so)
    strange post from me, anyways..
    My new favorite blog.. keep it up!

  4. Guest
    March 1, 2010

    ‘unfinished’? you mean contact details?

    info@gizchina.com

    There you go:)

  5. Ronsworld
    September 1, 2011

    I think he wants to know where to buy the things you’re writing about in the blog.

    Ron.

    • September 1, 2011

      All of the things here are available in China, and I’m sure they can be found in other countries but with larger price tags and under different brands;)

  6. Ronsworld
    September 1, 2011

    Oops, replied on a old comment… 😀

  7. Guest
    September 1, 2011

    I think he wants to know where to buy the things you’re writing about in the blog.

    Ron.

    • Guest
      September 1, 2011

      All of the things here are available in China, and I’m sure they can be found in other countries but with larger price tags and under different brands;)

  8. Guest
    September 1, 2011

    Oops, replied on a old comment… 😀

  9. martin
    September 2, 2011

    Hi Andi,

    I’d agree to a degree with the original poster – I know my way around Taobao very well for example, but I really struggle to find most of the items you blog about to buy them.

    I understand you’re not here to sell stuff, but if you could post any links I think everybody would appreciate it.

    Great website btw, keeps me amused for hours on end!

    • September 2, 2011

      Ok doke I’ll see if I can add some links next time then 🙂

  10. Guest
    September 2, 2011

    Hi Andi,

    I’d agree to a degree with the original poster – I know my way around Taobao very well for example, but I really struggle to find most of the items you blog about to buy them.

    I understand you’re not here to sell stuff, but if you could post any links I think everybody would appreciate it.

    Great website btw, keeps me amused for hours on end!

    • Guest
      September 2, 2011

      Ok doke I’ll see if I can add some links next time then 🙂