A very dangerous SuzukiAlto Happy Prince, Spotted in China on a second hand car market by reader & serial spotterNavigator 84, thank you for the pictures! The good Alto was made a lot more dangerous by mustard yellow paint topped up with a giant dragon in attack mode. Other improvements include chromed window frames and green alloys.
A very flashy Hyundai Veloster, Spotted in China somewhere in Fujian Province by Reader Pinut 187, thank you for the pictures! The sporty Veloster has been sexed up to the max with a pink front lip, pink strips under the doors, pink mirrors, pink alloy-spokes, pink fog light keepers, purple headlights, Rohens badges, tinted windows, and a giant Pink wing at the back.
A fiery red Ferrari F12berlinetta, Spotted in China in an underground parking in the Sanlitun area in Beijing by Reader Joachim C., thank you for the pictures! The speedy supercar was parked like a professional a*hole taking two lots at once, and not even straight. Bad Ferrari! License plate however makes up for a lot, reading G8F12. Check background:
The 2014 Beijing Auto will continue until April 29, but we are almost ready with our extensive and obsessive coverage. We wrote more than one hundred (100) articles live from the exhibition halls. Time now for a few Random Impressions. On the first picture: smiling faces @ Jeep.
The new JAC iEV5 EV, debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show, sporting an eye catching grille featuring thick chrome rims and a large JAC logo in blue. The JAC iEV5 is a new all-electric vehicle that will be launched on the China car market later this year.
A very racy BMW Z4 sporty car, Spotted in China on a parking lot just outside the Third Ring Road in east Beijing. The badass Bimmer looks the business with two exhaust pipes, large wheels, multispoke alloys and stealthy gray paint. But the best is the license plate reading 311Z4, and that is one of the best license plates we have seen on a BMW Z4 in China so far.
A pleasant surprise on my morning commute! A giant Peterbilt 389 tractor truck, Spotted in China in east Beijing, standing strong in the morning sun with all kinda shiny stuff installed. The American monster was shipped into town for promotional purposes by the local Harley Davidson dealer. Strangely, at 08:00 not a single Chinese commuter seemed to care. Maybe it was too early…
A ready-to-play Ford F-150 Tonka Edition, Spotted in China in the great city of Chongqing by Reader Colin, thank you for the pictures! The F-150 Tonka Edition is the result of a collaboration between Ford and the famous Tonka toy brand. Based on the regular Ford F-150 and dressed up with Tonka’s signature bright yellow paint, Tonka badges, chrome alloys and sills, all-terrain tires, chromed exhaust pipes, and heightened suspension. Read more »
A very cool Audi A4L sedan, Spotted in China near Terminal 1 of the Beijing Capital Airport. The good Audi is wrapped in a matte blue green wrap and sexed up much further by lowered suspension, racy tires, matte gray ten-spoke alloys, , side skirts, and…
A very posh Porsche Cayenne, Spotted in China near Terminal 1 of the Beijing Capital Airport. The good Porsche is porned up to the max with an eye killing shiny glitter orange wrap, and made even more pretty by a matte chromed roof rack, darkened windows, and side bars.