Is a clone of the Range Rover Evoque.
As compared to the Evqoue, the front end of the Landwind X7 features only mild modifications to the bumper, grille and fog lamps. The sides are the same, with the rear portion mimicking the thick, blackened D-pillar that gives the roof a floating impression. The rear design is inline with the original, save for the tail light. The Landwind X7 has almost the same dimensions with the length, width and height measuring 4,420 mm, 1,910 mm and 1,630 mm respectively.
The interior boasts of a dual-tone interior, leather-wrapped flat-bottomed steering wheel and lots of chrome detailing. The well-bolstered seats are also wrapped in leather and seem to offer good support. The center console houses a huge 10.2-inch touchscreen infotainment screen with support for GPS navigation and Bluetooth connectivity.
The X7 gets keyless entry and engine start, heated and electrically-adjustable side mirrors, reverse camera, electronic parking brake, automatic air conditioning, and cruise control. Safety systems include dual front airbags, electronic parking brake, ABS (Anti-lock Brake System), EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), ESC (Electronic Stability Control), TCS (Traction Control System) and emergency brake assist.
Powering the Landwind X7 is a sole Mitsubishi-sourced 2.0-liter four cylinder gasoline engine producing 190 hp and 250 Nm. The gearbox can either be a 6-speed manual or an 8-speed automatic.