Here we have a pretty Chinese Car Girl showing up a Dongfeng Fengshen A9 sedan, not really visible on the first photo, on a local auto show. The girl wears a somewhat wuzzy dress that leaves her airbags rather exposed. She furthermore wears shiny earrings, pink lipstick, and eyelashes.
The Fengshen A9 is black with large shiny wheels. It costs between180,000 yuan and 220,000 yuan. Lone engine is a 204hp 1.8 turbo. The Fengshen A9 is basically a slightly cheaper variant of the new Citroen C6. Both cars only differ in grille, dash, and badges. See more of our girl and our car in the gallery below:
A truck driver in China’s Liaoning Province crashed into a warning sign. Happily, nobody got hurt. The sign, attached to a monstrously heavy three-tonne two-pole overhead gantry, was supposed to warn drivers not to proceed if their vehicle was higher than 2.8 meters.
The driver of this fine red truck didn’t get all that and steered his 3 meter tall machine straight against the sign. It was only after 50 meters that he noticed something was wrong, and stopped.
The E30 is powered by an electric motor with an output of around 40hp and 150nm driving the front wheels. According to Zotye it has a range of 150 kilometers and a top speed of 80 kilometers per hour. My guess would be not at the same time.
The Lamborghini Aventador keeps crashing in China. Recently, we saw it with a taxi, with a woman, and with a trash cart. In today’s accident a black Aventador crashed into the guard rail on a very wet road in very heavy rain on a highway near the great city of Zhuhai in Guangdong Province. The driver can be seen wearing a white shirt, black trousers, and orange white shoes. But what is he trying to get..?
When the Nissan Lannialaunched in October last year we thought is was not too pretty. But the China-only mid-size sedan kinda grows on you. There are a lot of them on the road now and I slowly start to like it more. It surely is special and this shiny purple example is just beautiful.
BMW is a popular brand in China. Yesterday we had one with Jesus and today we have fiery i8 convertible with flames on the sides and a lot of blue purple lights. If the real i8 was this wild BMW would probably sell more of them. BMW also does not make a cabrio. Mirrors are a tad too big.
A while back I went to the ‘Revival Tuner Showdown’ on the Goldenport race track in Beijing, China. It was the biggest and best car tuning show I had seen so far. There were over 500 cars on show, including super cars, drift cars, and race cars. I will show them all. See Part 1 here and Part 2 here and Part 3 here.
Time now for Part 4 and we start with an ultra special Rauh Welt Begriff (RWB) Porsche 993 911, freshly imported from Japan. The controversial tuner set up shop in Shanghai recently, so we expect to see more RWB in the future.
China’s leaky patent bureau had leaked again; this time with renderings of the new Honda Freed mini MPV that is scheduled for launch in September. The Honda Freed is mostly sold in Asian and South East Asian markets, but not in China. The new Freed however will make it to the Chinese market.
A beautiful BMW5-Series Li sedan, Spotted in China in a car-dealer area in east Beijing. The good Bimmer is dressed to impress, fitted with an extra racy front bumper, darkened windows, and an eye killing shiny gold wrap. Best of all however is Jesus on the bonnet.