Chinese model Lifan’s Hunter 125 is not listed on the corporate’s official web site, however the resemblance to the Ducati Scrambler can’t be missed!
The Chinese 125 cc imitation is sort of equivalent to the Ducati Scrambler Icon
The Lifan Hunter 125, a motorcycle which nearly appears to be a photocopy of the Ducati Scrambler. So related is the Hunter 125 to the Scrambler Icon, that the design, form, and hues of the gas tank, the flat saddle and even the rear fender are virtually actual imitations of the Ducati Scrambler Icon. And similar to the Scrambler, the Lifan Hunter 125 has an analogous wanting trellis body, spherical headlight, and instrument cluster which all replocate the Scrambler’s neo-retro design. The licence plate holder, tyre tread design, indicators and the the wrong way up entrance fork additionally appear to be copies of the Scrambler’s tools.
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Unlike the Ducati Scrambler, the Lifan Hunter 125 is powered by an air-cooled 125 cc single-cylinder engine, with a one-into-two exhaust design, an analogous design however seems to be like an affordable imitation of the Ducati Scrambler. The Chinese model launched the Hunter 125 in Thaliand a number of years in the past, however now the Hunter 125 is not listed on the Chinese model’s official web site. This improvement results in the query whether or not there have been any copyright claims filed by Ducati towards the Chinese model.
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So far, there’s been no such information of Ducati initiating copyright violation steps towards Lifan, however the situation of Chinese manufacturers imitating European designs has been extra frequent, throughout each bike and passenger automotive manufacturers. Recently, one other Chinese entity, registered below the title of Chen Huang, showcased a scooter design carefully resembling the Vespa. The design has since been judged as invalid by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).