After a rather grey and gloomy winter, it seems that finally there are some signs that spring is in the air in South China. For an avid car spotter and photographer this brings with it what the Chinese might call a case of ‘double happiness’. From a petrol-heads point of view, it’s great to see more interesting cars on the roads as drivers take the opportunity to enjoy the cool, dry weather and from a photographers stand point, there’s an increased chance of getting some good early-morning light. With this in mind here are some photographs that I took at sunrise last weekend.
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Development of the Porsche 918 is continuing nicely, as unlikely as production for the vehicle seemed at one point. They’re testing at the Nurburgring now, and have opted, on at least one test model, for the iconic Martini livery. Super slick. A little about the history of the livery: In 1968, Martini Racing was formed […]
Editors Note: We’re pleased to announce a new contributor to InHg! We welcome RWP’s perspective, coming all the way from Hong Kong to show us his side of the world. We look forward to hearing from him in the future. Touching down in Hong Kong in August 2000 I was instantly blown away by, first […]
I never would have imagined Porsche to take such a big step in actually producing the 918 hybrid. This car sports an electric motor at each wheel, providing extra oomph. Top speed is rumored to be 199 miles per hour. Price tag? $845,000. Wow! Looks amazing though and will of course fetch huge sums for […]