A very speedy Volkswagen Santana Variant, Spotted in China in the Sanlitun area in Beijing. The good Volkswagen is painted in an original yellow brown paint that somehow loox incredible cool on a Santana with lowered suspension, black window frames, darkened windows, and extra large wheels with black alloys.
New spy shots of the China-made Volvo XC60, spied here near the new Geely-funded factory in Heilongjiang Province. The Volvo XC60 is the second Volvo to be manufactured in China after the Geely take-over, the first was the Volvo S60L that was launched on the China auto market in December 2013.
A very rare Jinma QJM5022TYN6 two-door Wedding Car, Spotted in China in the great city of Chongqing by Reader Colin, thank you for the pictures! The Jinma QJM5022TYN6 Wedding Car was manufactured by the Jinma Motor Company from the early 1980′s to the late 1990′s.
In those days there weren’t too many fancy cars in China but there was, as always, a great need to impress the guests on wedding parties. The happy couple could then hire a so called ‘classic wedding car’, a China-made automobile that was supposed to look like a vintage Western limousine. Some twenty Chinese companies manufactured these classic wedding cars and Jinma was the largest of the lot.
A very speedy Volkswagen Golf GTI, Spotted in China on a car market just outside the north-eastern section of the Fourth Ring Road in Beijing. The good Volkswagen was painted in virgin white and further porned up with lowered suspension for low riding, a hefty body kit, darkened windows, a partially black grille, a black Volkswagen logo, black mirrors, a black rood, and racy tires with black 7-spoke alloys with red brake pads.
Yesterday I went to a Beijing Auto Dealer for an inspection tour. I came uninvited and anonymous. The shop is located on a large dealer area near the Golden Port race track in north east Beijing, not far away from a Tesla Service Center. The Beijing Auto dealer was housed in a large single-story building on an artificial hill. They had only five cars on display where 25 would easily fit. Starting with the Senova D50, a new mid-size sedan that was launched on the China car market in April.
A very flashy Cadillac CTS sedan, Spotted in China in the great city of Shanghai by Reader Anonymous, thank you for the pictures! The good Cadillac is wrapped in a soccer supporting matte orange wrap, and further dressed up with darkened windows and sporty five-spoke matte gray alloys.
An outrageous Audi TTS Roadster, Spotted in China on the Wufang Tianya Automobile Parts City in Beijing. The speedy Audi is wrapped in an eye-soothing matte blue wrap, and further edged up by a front spoiler wrapped in matte gray, shiny gray mirrors with the stalks in matte blue, a shiny silver fuel cap, and racy matte dark gray five spoke alloys with red brake pads.
A very racy Mazda RX8 sportmachine, Spotted in China on the Wufang Tianya Automobile Parts City in Beijing, just days after I met a scary red RX8 on the nearby Beijing Tuning Street. The good Mazda was wrapped in chocolate brown and brown, and further maddened up by a fatass body kit, lowered suspension, a super low front spoiler, vents in the bonnet, and slick-like tires with 6-spoke matte black alloys.
A very speedy Volkswagen Scirocco, Spotted in China on the Wufang Tianya Automobile Parts City. The good Volkswagen is wrapped in an eye killing glitter orange wrap, strengthened for effect with baby blue and matte black parts, and further volleyed up by lowered suspension, a badass body kit, a black grille, a matte black Volkswagen logo, black winglets in the bumper, a black roof, matte black mirrors, and extra large racy tires with matte gray five-spoke alloys and red brake pads.
A very blingBMW Z4 sporty car, Spotted in China in central Beijing by Reader Lao Wei, thank you for the pictures! The good Bimmer is wrapped in an eye-slaughtering shiny silver wrap, and further bashed up by wide racy tires fitted with five spoke matte black alloys. The incredible wrap is absorbing all light of the day, is that a black Benz there in front, or not..?