An extremely beautiful W126 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEL, Spotted in China on a car market in Beijing by Reader & Serial SpotterNavigator 84, thank you for the pictures! The big Benz appears to be in perfect shape. Chrome is shining, paint is fresh, no rust around, and the engine likely sings like a baby bird. It is a U.S. spec car, recognizable by the slightly odd headlight design (compare with Euro car).
A very happy Audi TT, Spotted in China in the great city of Shanghai by Reader Anonymous, thank you for the pictures! The good Audi is wrapped in an eye murdering shiny blue wrap, and further dressed up with sporty 7-14 spoke matte gray alloys, darkened side windows, and a shiny chromed fuel filler cap.
A very stealthy BMW Z4, Spotted in China in an underground parking lot in central Beijing. The good Bimmer is wrapped in an eye-smoothing matte black wrap, and further beamed up by a matte chrome gray and sporty matte gray multi-spoke alloys. The wrap is of reasonable quality with a few damaged spots on the bonnet. The wrap neatly extends over the bumpers, mirrors, and doorhandles, like we like to see it best.
A very fast Ferrari 458 Italiasupercar, Spotted in China in east Beijing and late at night, trying almost desperately to overtake bus 350, but without apparent success. The 458 was painted in white and fitted with rather special matte gray 6-spoke alloys. Best however was the license plate reading 458TI, and that is one of the best license plates we have seen on a Ferrari 458 Italia in China so far.
The 458 is a very popular sporty car in China. Price starts at 3.88 million yuan or 636.000 USD. Lotta money, but lotta power. The screaming 4.5 liter V8 poops out 570hp and 540nm.
A very rare Polski Fiat 126P, Spotted in China in central Beijing. The poor vehicle looked abandoned and forgotten, with rust all over and covered with years of dust and dirt. Happily however, the car stood on piles of stones, so the suspension should be all right…
A very flashy Volkswagen Golf MK4, Spotted in China in central Beijing just outside the eastern section of the Third Ring Road. The good Volkswagen is wrapped in an eye murdering shiny green wrap, and further sexed up by low riding suspension, a hefty body kit, a black grille, chromed mirrors, and very sporty slick-like tires with five-spoke white alloys.
The very first Ferrari LaFerrari in China, spotted in the great city of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province by Liam for Autogespot.com, thank you for the pictures! The LaFerrari debuted in China on the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show but was strangely never officially launched on the Chinese supercar market.
A very sleek BMW Z8 supercar, Spotted in China in the great city of Shanghai by Reader Antoine Chalendard, thank you for the pictures! The good Bimmer is painted in speedy silver and fitted with the standard five spoke silver alloys. Best thing is the license plate reading A·Z0008, and that is the best license plate we have seen on a BMW Z8 in China so far.
A very brown Peugeot308 CC, Spotted in China in the great city of Zunyi in Guizhou Province by Reader HP, thank you for the picture! The alloys are anything but brown, painted happy in yellow, blue, orange, green, and Pink. The brown body and happy alloys make for a fine combination of things on a fine little sporty car.
The 308 CC is based on the Peugeot 308 hatchback. It is imported into China with a price ranging from 304.800 to 338.800 yuan. Lone engine is a 160hp 1.6 turbo petrol. Sadly, the CC is not very popular in country, except with the good ladies of the Xichang police corps.