In Beijing alone, statistics said that there are more than 1,000 cars added each day. That’s why if they stop implementing the odd-even scheme after September 20, I’m pretty sure the city will be back in a gridlock. In any case, you will get the chance to admire expensive cars more on the road. I mean, Audi’s are a dime and a dozen here. You may think of them as your common Toyota or Honda. Visit any high-class international apartments and you’ll see a Jaguar, Rolls Royce, Ferrari and Maybachs parked side by side.
On my way home the other night, I was impressed by one of the cars parked in front of the Pizza Hut restaurant near my home. Someone was checking out a spanking Silver Jubilee colored Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe. I may not be a car expert but I know the big names in the industry. This particular car is a convertible. At that time, the guy was playing around with the drophead feature of the car.
I just checked there website prior to writing this post and it mentioned that Rolls Royce is part of the BMW group. That got me into thinking, maybe I should go to the basement of the building my company is managing and gush over the latest BMW cars. I mean, they like rent the entire basement and park all kinds of BMW cars. One of the security guys even mentioned that they built like a garage to protect next year’s model from the public’s eyes.
I don’t think I’ll be able to buy one of these babies. It’s not really in my goals in the near future. Well, if you know anyone who has one, you maybe able to pay the guy and rent it for a day for a test drive. That’s how some of those car fanatics in this country get by living their dreams. As for me, I’ll just admire and touch it. Hehehe!