Oh no, the girls are at it again. This time we have a little lady in the great city of Qingdao crashing her pinkFerrari 458 Spider into a fence, a tree, and some bushes. The lady wears a white tunic and cram white leggings. The Ferrari is wrapped in a shiny pink wrap and fitted with shiny silver five spoke alloys and red brake pads.
How many sedans is Hyundai offering on the Chinese car market? Eleven. How many of those are made by the local Beijing-Hyundai joint venture? Nine. How many of these are positioned in the compact sedan segment and priced in the crucial 70.000-140.000 yuan range? Seven.
Time now for Part 5 of our coverage of the Revival2K17 tuning show on the Goldenport race track in Beijing. Starting with a virgin white Ferrari 458 Spider with black wheels, a red interior, a girl wearing sunglasses and a mask, and a matching license plates that beheads the prancing horse.
A rare LamborghiniMurcielago LP 640-4 Roadster crashed hard in the great city of Yiwu in Zhejiang Province. The accident happened when the driver lost control of the vehicle, it spun around several times, going through barrier in the middle of the road and hitting at least two other cars before it finally came to a stop.
Time now for Part 4 of our coverage of the Revival2K17 tuning show on the Goldenport race track in Beijing. Starting with an outrageously crazy Chrysler 300C with an massive and completely manic body kit. The fenders are most eye catshing, about 30 centimeters wide, covering the top of the copper colored wheels.
This beautiful red Mercedes-Benz 190 SL is one of the high lights of yet another impressive Mercedes-Benz collection in Beijing. The cars were dirty and dusty but overall in a very good shape.
The cars belong to the owner of a former Mercedes-Benz repair shop. Until the early 00’s there were two different kind of car shops in China: shops to buy a car and shops to repair a car. They were strictly separated and operated per brand.
Time now for Part 3 of our coverage of the Revival2K17 tuning show on the Goldenport race track in Beijing. Part 1 is here and Part 2 is here. Starting with a C5 Audi A6 Avant with Oregon license plates. Not sure if they are real. It could be a U.S.-spec example imported into China.
A traffic police man shouts at the driver of a McLaren 650S Spider after it had crashed into a tanker truck on a rural road near Shaoxing City in Zhejiang Province in China. The McLaren was apparently involved in a drag race with another car when the driver lost control. The heavens must have been smiling because this accident could have ended into a deadly inferno because…
It has the Range Rover name on the bonnet, a Range Rover grille, a Land Rover badge, and it looks like a Range Rover Evoque. But it isn’t. This instead is a Landwind X7, a clone of the Evoque, fitted with fake badges and painted in a classy light gold.