General MotorsexpectsCadillac sales in China to increase by 40 percent this year, as the US carmaker prepares to reorganize its luxury brand as a separate unit based in New York.The company forecasts delivering about 70.000 Cadillacs by year’s end in the world’s largest auto market, after selling more than 45.600 units in August, GM’s China President Matt Tsien said in Shanghai.
Today in China Car Girls a whole flock of them dancing and jumping around on an outside stage in the great city of Qingdao in Shandong Province, promoting the Honda Civic and Honda Jade for a local Honda dealer. That sounds like party time indeed! Starting with the girls wearing a gold top and black trousers.
A very happy Audi A5 Coupe, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street. The good Audi was wrapped in an eye blinding shiny blue wrap, and further arte’d up with black windows, an all-black grille, a matte gray front spoiler, extra shiny chrome around the windows, sporty five spoke matte gray alloys, and a black racing stripe.
Jaywalking is a big problem in China, taking thousands of lives and causing trillions of hours of traffic jams each year. Most notorious jaywalkers are pedestrians, followed closely by bicycles, scooters, and tricycles. Jaywalking is almost a national sport, with people looking happy and even proud when they reach the other side under a red traffic light.
A very happy Mercedes-Benz GLK SUV, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street. The good Mercedes was wrapped in an eye blinding shiny blue wrap, and further benze’d up with a black roof, black windows, and sporty five-three spoke matte gray alloys.
A red hot Hamann Mi5Sion BMW M5 supercar, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street. The sexy sled is even further sexed up with a shiny red wrap, a black grille, black windows, a black roof, black door handles, black mirrors, and black multispoke alloys with a red rim.
A very low Chevrolet Aveo hatchback, Spotted in China in the faraway Dongba area in far east Beijing. The good Chevy has been lowered to the max for low riding, and was further pimped up with a modified lower-grille, darkened windows, a badass body kit, and super wide tires with spacy five-spoke alloys.
A dark blue Ford Tempo sedan, Spotted in China in the faraway Dongba area in far east Beijing. The second generation Tempo was manufactured from 1988 until 1994 with a facelift in 1991. This is a facelifted example. The Ford Tempo was never officially exported to China in thew conventional way, but in 1992 the Chinese government bulk-ordered 3010 units under a rather murky trade deal with the United States. Whether this particular Tempo was part of that deal is unclear, it has diplomatic license plates so it is also possible that is was imported via diplomatic channels.