A smoking hot Honda Civic sedan, Spotted in China near a car tuning shop in the far north of Beijing. The good Honda is wrapped in an eye murdering Pink wrap, and further hond’eed up with a black bonnet, darkened windows, speedy wheels with shiny alloys, a body kit, lowered suspension, and a Pink Honda badge on the Pink black grille.
A kinky Rattle E28 in Pinky, Spotted in China on a small square in front of a mall in the Fangzhuang residential area in south Beijing. The cars were parked out in the open, the preferred way of selling LSEV’s these days, and belonged to a nearby shop. Next to the Rattle stands a Dayang Chock-H and next to that a purple blue E28. We will have a good look at all of them.
A very special Spotted in China today with a massive four Nissan Fairlady Z sporty cars, seen on the premises of the FB Auto, the organizers of the famous FB-Show. There was one silver example, one dark silver, and two white. The vehicles were dusty and dirty but otherwise as good as new, basically unused, as if they had rolled off the line last week.
The lack of chargers is still the biggest hurdle for electric cars in China. There are basically no public chargers. Not at shopping malls, not at parks, not at government buildings, just really nowhere. Installing home chargers is also very hard as most people in the cities live in high rise apartments.
Installing chargers in the parking lots would be a solution, but the famously misty ownership of these places and the unwilling management makes that a near impossibility too. EV owners thus have to find their own way to charge their car. On the photos a Beijing Auto Senova EV160 seen charging on a parking lot on my compound in east Beijing.
The 220V charger is plugged in, and it was charging as I took these photos. The line then goes under the rear door, likely to keep the plug steady. After that the only way is…
It is not easy to say what is the biggest danger on Chinese roads; trucks or women. Probably women, and to prove the point we have today another fine example of just how dangerously stupid they are.
A sample of the species caused mayhem in an underground parking lot in the great city of Chongqing by, you never guess this, mistaking the accelerator for the brake pedal when she approached the toll booth in her brown Mercedes-Benz GL500 SUV.
She hit the booth, hurt the guard, shot through the barrier down into the garage, and crashed into eight (08) cars before coming to a halt in the side of an Audi A8.
An absolute impressive Chinese transporttruck, Spotted in China by Reader Richard on a highway near the great city of Jinan in Shandong Province. The truck has an enormous extra overhang at the rear, measuring at least eight meters from the original rear end of the vehicle.
Three fiery horses on the side of a Ford Mustang GT 5.0 V8, Spotted in China near the Goldenport race track in Beijing. The horses appear to be running through a desert-like landscape, their manes wild in the wind and their nose holes wide open, but the do look a bit sleepy in the eyes.
A white Honda Civic Type R and a white Honda Integra Type R, Spotted in China near the Goldenport race track in Beijing. Both looked absolutely speedy and absolutely dirty, and that is how we like it best. The cars race on track days and always pop up on all sorts of tuning shows. Now they are here.