Michael Bay and his crew were in Hong Kong late last month to film scenes for Transformers: Age of Extinction, the fourth installment of the hugely popular Transformers movies. The filming in Hong Kong was challenging, the crew fell victim extortion attempts and Micheal Bay was injured in an attack by a mad man. However all that misery, the filming was apparently successful and the sleek new Bumblebee Chevrolet Camaro wasn’t very troubled.
Today in China Car Girls three very pretty girls and a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG super car, trying to lure innocent rich people into buying very expensive apartments in the great city of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province. The girls are dressed in beach attire, and not much more. The Mercedes-Benz SLS is painted in red.
Choosing the right sticker for your car is noteasy for Chinese car buyers. Here we have a Lexus Cherokee, which makes absolutely no sense, and which makes me angry, because I own a Cherokee myself and I do not with to be associated with anything Lexii.
A sorta freaky Hello Kitty exhaust pipe muffler tip, seen on a Mazda 3 sedan in a faraway suburb in east Beijing. The ornament is shaped like Hello Kitty and comes complete with a Pink hair bow and six whiskers. The owner of the vehicle was in fact a Hello Kitty fan, not a Hello Kitty hater, which in this case could be expected when one slides a kitty over an exhaust pipe.
Green electric cars are so 2012. In China electric cars go Pink, and the better for it. I met this fine example on an early morning on my way to work. I drove my red electric scooter at its 50km/h top speed, and passing this Pink electrocar wasn’t that easy, it did at least 40. I managed to overtake, take distance, stop, and shoot.
A wondrous white Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG, seen under a smoggy sky in east Beijing. The license plate reads 40G55, and that is by far the best license plate we have seen on a Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG in China so far. The mighty G55 AMG is powered by a 5.5 liter supercharged V8 with an all-destroying output of 500hp and 700nm
A ready to race Toyota Reiz, seen in a faraway suburb of east Beijing. The good Toyota has been sexed up considerably by a fatass body kit, white flames on blue paint, a black bonnet and bumpers, sporty tires, and very speedy matte gray 7-spoke alloys with red rims and yellow brake pads.
A very flashy Maserati GranCabrio, seen parked on the pavement in the great city of Chengdu in Sichuan Province. The good Maserati was wrapped in a eye-murdering shiny blue wrap that matches almost perfectly with the license plate, and was further sexed up by very racy 16-spoke alloys.
A beautiful black Mitsuoka Orochi, seen in the great city of Zigong in Sichuan Province. The vehicle is used to attract buyers for fancy new apartments, accompanied by a pretty girl dressed in Pink.
Using super cars to sell houses is pretty common in China, especially in second and third tier cities. Earlier on we saw a Ferrari Enzo in Putian, a Bentley Mulsanne & Gallardo & Hummer on a red carpet in Wuhan. Super cars are also used to promote all sorts of other businesses, like karaoke bars and wine shops.
Today in China Car Girls a very pretty girl showing it all to a Haima S7 SUV. The girl is dressed is a rad tank top, rather tiny black trousers, red shoes, and not much more. The Haima H7 is painted in brown, making sure for a good match with our girl’s hair. A bit more NSFW than usual, because she wild.