A very shiny Rolls-Royce Wraith, Spotted in China in the great city of Qingdao in Shandong Province. The massive Roller was prettied up with a shipload of beastly beautiful Bling! There is gold in the bumper, around the Flying Lady ornament, on the bonnet, and most brilliantly on the grille.
An impressive opening of an expensive hot pot restaurant in the great city of Xiamen in Fujian Province. A flock of equally expensive supercars was flown in to spice up the proceedings. Interestingly, the restaurant also hired white babes, with is still rather special in China where the boney local girls are mostly more popular.
We have received the very first pictures of the Koenigsegg Agera One:1 supercar, seen here in the factory in Sweden. The One:1 will debut on the Geneva Motor Show in March. Production will be limited to only six examples and all will go to China. The One:1 is based on the Agera R but packs more power and more wings.
A burningBentley Continental GT Convertible in China, seen in the great city of Foshan in Guangdong Province. Local media say the vehicle combusted spontaneously only seconds after it left a Bentley dealer for a test drive with a rich potential-customer at the wheel. He might not buy! Fortunately firemen were quickly at the scene and managed to dose the flames in 20 minutes.
McLaren was late to the supercar game in China but it looks like they are in serious business now. Here we have amazing photos taken on the parking lot of the McLaren dealer in the great city of Chengdu in Sichuan Province. On the first photo four brand new fresh from the factory McLaren MP-4 12C Spider in orange, blue, black and red.
A brand new variant of the Beijing Auto BJ2022 ‘Brave Warrior’ army utility vehicle. This is the attack-helicopter-pull variant, seen here with a freakin’ Z-10, nicknamed the ‘Fierce Thunderbolt’. The vehicle seems to be based on the three-door pickup, with an extended cabin for the pull-operator.
A white Volkswagen Golf, Spotted in China in the Liangmahe area in Beijing. The Volkswagen was parked like a professional a*hole with its rear wheels on the pavement and front wheels on the road, blocking the way for poor pedestrians and blocking a complete car parking lot.
A BMW 1-Series hatchback, Spotted in China in a faraway suburb of Beijing. The Bimmer comes with a curious sticker depicting a World War II German Nazi symbol, very violent and such… This kinda stickers and badges are fairlycommon in China, they go for a few dollar a piece and can be bought in every car shop, and Chinese drivers do know what the Swastika about. WO II is rather ‘hip’ in China, documentaries all over TV, with the German side weirdly the most popular.
Another supercar bites the dust in China! A bling blingFerrari 599 GTB Fiorano crashed on a very wet road in the city of Nanjing in Jiangsu Province. The Ferrari was trying to overtake a slower vehicle when the driver lost control, leading to a 360 ending up in the barrier. Interestingly, all four wheels are damaged, indicating the Ferrari hit a lot during its circus ride.
China’s Wanxiang Group said Friday it plans to restart production of Fisker vehicles after it purchased the firm in a 150 million-dollar deal. In the ‘coming months’ Wanxiang will restart building cars in the Valmet factory in Finland, and will start production in Fisker’s own manufacturing plant in Delaware, United States, which Fisker bought from General Motors in 2010.