A very froggy BMW M3 sporty car, Spotted in China in the great city of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province. The quacking Bimmer is wrapped in an eye-awakening lime green wrap, and further beamed up with darkened windows, darkened headlights, an all-black grille, a carbon fiber splitter under the bumper, and racy tires with matte black multispoke alloys.
Yet another nasty car crash in China. A red Ferrari F12berlinetta crashed into trees and bushes on a road barrier in the great city of Fuzhou in Fujian Province. The speedy Italian beast somehow ended up in green entirely, with local sources saying the driver lost control of the Ferrari while overtaking at high speed.
A beautiful Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG super car, Spotted in China in in the great city of Shanghai by Reader Chiprdan, thank you for the pictures! The speedy Merc’ is wrapped in an eye smoothing matte brown wrap, with a touch of gold, and further sexed up with darkened windows, darkened headlights, a red-leather interior, and matte black ten-spoke alloys with yellow brakes.
A badass Tianma Fengchi KZ6490E SUV, Spotted in China in the great city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province. The Fengchi KZ6490E is a typical old-school Chinese SUV; simple and cheap, slow and barely reliable, but somehow kinda cool. This particular example was in a presentable shape, it had some bruises and dents but the body was otherwise all right. Everything is period-original bar for the extra rear-view mirror on the right-front fender.
A nasty car crash in China. A banana yellow Ferrari F430 supercar crashed hard on a wet highway near the great city of Fuzhou in Fujian Province. According to local news reports the driver lost control of the Ferrari during overtaking, causing the car to spin and smash into the guard rail three times. Miraculously, the driver and his passenger didn’t sustain serious injuries.
We see so many cars with fuzzy license plates in China that we could start a separate website. Sadly & badly we do not have enough time for that, so today we show you Part 1 of our giant China License Plate Collection™ with a dozen+ of interesting cars. Special thanks to Master Spotter Chiprdan, who keeps an eagle eye on the license plate situation in Shanghai. Starting with a Kia K3 with a license plate reading Q·3K313, Spotted in China near the Liangmahe river in Beijing..
This is the majestic Henan Ou Huang Electric Classic Car, featuring shiploads of chrome, and endless bonnet, and a Rolls-Royce grille. The Electric Classic Car is a truly gigantic electric car, measuring a full 5.5 meters in length, 1.9 wide, and 1.5 high. The vehicle was designed to look like a 1925-1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom I, one of the most famous Rollers of all time.
Oh no another conservative-morality backlash in China! The 2015 Shanghai Auto Show will probably do without babe, just when we were getting optimistic again about the girls on autoshows in China. Says Reuters:
The Chinese government is concerned about what it sees as increasing vulgarity in society. Victor Yang, spokesman of Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd, told Reuters on Friday that the company has received verbal notice from the Shanghai autoshow organizer that no models can be used at the week-long event, from April 20.
A lunatic Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV supercar, Spotted in China in the great city of Foshan in Guangdong Province by Enjoy-LittleBee-Space. The mighty Murc’ is wrapped in an eye maddening BAPE wrap, and further lamboo’d up with super sporty matte gray five-spoke alloys, darkened windows, and a huge ski box on the back, wrapped in BAPE as well.