The automotive community in China is still pretty young. Combine that with a booming economy, and inexperienced drivers are getting some pretty fast and tough to drive cars.
Impossible-to-spell-correctly-on-the-first-try supercar maker Koenigsegg recently made a one-off version of their Agera supercar for a Chinese customer. Named after a delicious sandwich, the Agera R BLT allegedly cost the owner nearly $5 million.
A gentleman surnamed Liu of Jinan, Shandong Province loves Transformers. But, he always felt that all the Transformer toys didn't really transform or really move. So he decided to build his own.
Whatever you do, don't stop in the middle of the highway. Just look at this Chinese driver who nearly causes a massive pileup when he or she brakes after missing an exit.
This past March, a Ferrari 458 Spider crashed in China, killing one and injuring two other people in the car. It even caused Chinese censors to restrict internet searches for the word "Ferrari."
If you get in one accident early in your driving career, you tend to get over it and attribute it to a lack of experience. Get into a second or a third, and you might start to realize that you need some more training or confidence behind the wheel.
Jaywalking is a big problem in China. One news station decided to use Frogger (or rather, a Frogger clone) and some Mario music to show that jaywalking is not the best idea!
It's pretty rare to see a feature on a car that's genuinely new. Cars are so advanced now, most of the low-hanging novelty fruit has been picked, and much of what we get are advances of things we already know. Like adaptive cruise control, for example. So when a company comes out with something truly new, it's a big…
The city government of Hefei needed to destroy 156 illegal taxis, so they let police, city workers, and even legal taxi drivers smash the unlicensed cars to oblivion. They went to town.
Dogs may be man's best friend, but they can also cause some pretty substantial issues for the common motorist.
Sick of speeders blasting through the intersection in front of her new house, an elderly lady in China came up with an inventive fix for the problem. The police, apparently, weren't much help, so she took care of it with a sex doll and some string.
Who says Chinese products are worthless crap? This truck looks like it collided with a train, but is apparently still drivable. It's great that it works, but the driver could probably use something more than a yellow plastic helmet to protect him from the snaggle of jagged metal surrounding the "cab."
Surprised? Shocked? Eh, not really? At the China Joy gaming event in Shanghai, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi once again stated that work on Gran Turismo 6 shortly after GT5 finished (something he told Kotaku back in 2010).
In July last year, a Chinese man was trucking sand on the outskirts of Beijing. He drove his 110-ton truck over a bridge and it, unsurprisingly, collapsed.
In spite of its old-school design, the gullwing Mercedes SLS AMG attracts some of the most "cutting edge" owners, such as this fashionable lady in Shanghai sporting some frowny face diaper pants.
The Pudong Highway Patrol of Shanghai broke the news of a one-vehicle accident along with a series of instructional image macros on its blog as a GIF. This is road safety for the modern internet.
When a tractor trailer driver lost control in an underwater tunnel in China, it swerved into the other lane, leaving the driver of the car behind with few options. But the motorist, miraculously, made the right moves and survived the crash.
Want to make a name for yourself in Asia? A plunging neckline might do the trick. If that doesn't work, try a cosplay of King of Fighters character Mai Shiranui. And if that doesn't work, do both.
Tired of taking his son to overcrowded public swimming pools, this Chinese father decided to build an inexpensive, private indoor pool for his son. Using steel wires and a sheet of plastic, he turned the back of his microvan into a small pool.