The exterior features round Renegade-like LED headlights and vertical and rectangular grille stakes, and square wheel arches that adds some rugged appeal. The car is covered in fake bash plates painted in black or silver. The rear features a faux mounted spare wheel cover, and some more LED lighting.
Inside, this Chinese SUV sports a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with an 18-speaker JVS sound system, a digital instrument cluster, two-tone black and yellow leather seats, and ambient interior lighting.
This vehicle is an amalgamation of many American and Japanese designs and shows that Chinese automakers don’t really give a crap when it comes to stealing designs. GWM Haval plans on selling the Cool Dog for between $17,927 and $22,409. The GWM Haval Cool Dog is not officially coming to the Australian market, but the company has trademarked the GWM Haval Dargo and Ora Good Cat with IP Australia.