Nature takes control of an Abandoned Audi A5 Coupe in China

Nature takes control of an Abandoned Audi A5 Coupe in China

A very sad and very abandoned Audi A5 Coupe, seen on a parking lot slash field in the great city of Chengdu in Sichuan Province. The sliver gray Coupe must have been left all alone quite a while ago. Nature is taking control of the poor vehicle, with grass and bushes attacking the front and tires of the Audi. Chengdu stands on fertile ground in a near-perfect always-spring climate. Without interference nature will completely grab the Audi within months.

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Fast layers of dust ‘n dirt covering the body work. The Audi A5 is imported into China and thus an expensive car to abandon, starting at 525.000 yuan or 85.000 USD. Nature seems to know it has a Big Prize in its tentacles…

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Check license plate. The owner must have loved his fine Audi, when it was still clean and mean! Too bad. But fortunately we still have our Famous China-Audi A5 Coupe Collection™, with most cars driving: giant mufflers, matte orange, lowridergolden grille, matte blue, pink, : matte black and black & white.

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BASTARDS

zolar
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Rich people know how to waste their money

Hugh Crawford
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Need not be rich people (or b******s).

People who suffer tragedies and illnesses in their lives can find that material items are worth nothing to them overnight, and the last thing they have to worry about is a car. Financial ruin can also mean abandoning such things as well, as they become liabilities rather than assets.

Markoff
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what I don’t understand why nobody try to steal the car which is obviously abandonded, so nice free ride

Steve
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Maybe not stolen due to the fact that theft in China carries the Death Penalty if the thief is caught !

Markoff
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I don’t think you live in China if you believe such BS like thief getting death sentence for stealing.

And in the first place policement would not need to be afraid to stop this car, but with Audi like this you have basically free pass everywhere, so once stolen difficult to catch you. 🙂

Tom
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1. It would be nice to ask Police about car owner and then make update of this story.

2. Do not think dark about owner. Maybe he had accident or heart attack and is now in hospital or worse. It looks like car stay there under tree since 3-4 months.

3. Hugh Crawford is totally right.