The Great Wall Hover H7 is one of the strangest crossover utility vehicles I’ve ever seen. The quirky Chinese concept was unveiled at the Shanghai Motor Show, and upon taking a closer look at the Hover H7, a number of design cues seen in U.S. and other foreign cars can be observed.
The front end of the Great Wall H7 features a sporty grille that Autoblog figures is meant to evoke Audi—in theory, at least. A Fu Manchu chrome moustache frames the grille, while elongated teardrop headlamps look like they were plucked from a Hyundai.
I’m not a huge fan of the Great Wall H7, and neither is Autoblog. What do you think?
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