The brand new Bentley Flying Spur V8 has arrived in China. These four vehicles were spied near the great city of Zhengzhou in Henan Province. Zhengzhou is the second largest city in central China with about 10 million inhabitants, located in a rich area full with fertile lands and giant coal mines. No wonder Bentley is moving in…
The Bentley Continental V8 debuted earlier this month on the Geneva Motor Show and debut in China is scheduled for the 2014 Beijing Auto Show late next month. The Flying Spur V8 is powered by a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 engine with 500 hp and 660nm, good for a top speed of 295km/h and a 0-100 in 5.2 seconds. Price in China will start around 3 million yuan or 485.000 USD. Sleek white cover will cost extra.
China is currently the largest market worldwide for Bentley and the new and ‘cheaper’ Flying Spur V8 will most certainly help to extend the lead.
A very sweet Aston Martin DB9 supercar, Spotted in China in the great city of Shanghai by reader Chiprdan, thank you for the pictures! The speedy ‘Ston is wrapped in a brilliant baby blue wrap and sexed up to the max by a grille with the vertical strips blacked out, darkened headlights, 20 inch slick-like tires, matte black multispokes with a shiny chrome rim, and an red interior.
A very flashy Ford Focus Classic, Spotted in China just outside the Fourth Ring Road in Beijing. The good Ford was painted in eye-soothing Pink and further dressed up by blue brakes and a license plate reading R9997, the ‘9’ being a very lucky number in Chinese culture.
A manic Mercedes-Benz C63 Renntech C74 super sedan, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street. The bomb of a Benz is painted in white with a shiny black bonnet and sexed up to the absolute top by white fluorescent lining. Tuners use a material called ‘electro-optic film’ to create this crazy effect. The idea originates in Japan and reached China about half a year ago.
A beastly BMW 535 GT, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street. The big bad Bimmer was painted in piano black and fancied up to the max by orange and fluorescent orange detailing. Now, let’s switch on the flash light!
A fiery red Ferrari 458 Italia, Spotted in China in the great city of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province, a hotbed of supercars in China! The fast Ferrari looks the business and is made even faster by a speedy license plate reading A·458 TK, and that is one of the best license plates we have seen on a Ferrari 458 Italia in China. Sadly however the plate covers part of the horse head, which isn’t very good.
A wondrous white Fiat Viaggio sedan, Spotted in China somewhere in Guangxi Province. The fine Fiat is dressed up with a shiny Maserati logo to impress neighbors and family. The Viaggio is a sleek looking car and brands belong to the same company, so the badge ain’t that a bad.
A very flashy Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster supercar, Spotted in China in a dusty suburb of the capital. The ludicrous Lamborghini was wrapped in an eye slaughtering shiny green wrap, and further sexed up by darkened headlights, darkened windows, a black window frame, black mirrors, matte black five spoke alloys, and yellow brakes.