Feast Your JDM Loving Eyes On This Honda Civic Type R EK Wagon

Okay, so it's not actually an EK9 wagon, although that would be really, really cool. This is in fact a marriage of two different Honda vehicles which share parts: a Civic and an Orthia. And despite this being JDM as hell, this actually isn't Japan. It's Hong Kong. Still totally badass. EK WAGON, GUYS. GET EXCITED. » 1/31/15 9:00am 1/31/15 9:00am

Chaos ensues as armored truck spills $4.5 million on a street

Dozens of Hong Kong motorists and pedestrians rushed to grab loads of money after an armored truck's doors opened by accident on a busy road, spilling about 4.5 million US dollars in HK$500 notes (US$65) on Christmas Eve, reports the South China Morning Post. Check out all those frantic bastards. » 12/25/14 5:37pm 12/25/14 5:37pm

Buses Are Like Movie Stars In Hong Kong

At Jalopnik, we understand your occasional need to stalk a car. Maybe you want a picture, or to meet the owner and say what a great car it is. Or leave a note or something. Things are different in Hong Kong, though, where they're basically celebrity stalking buses. Yes, buses. » 1/05/14 2:00pm 1/05/14 2:00pm

Grand Theft Auto Comes to Life in Hong Kong Car Chase

Whenever there's a car chase, GTA comparisons inevitably arise. But this particular car chase totally looks like Grand Theft Auto. Really! » 10/04/13 8:15am 10/04/13 8:15am

NSA surveillance scandal: Major legal site shuts down over spying

A legal website used by attorneys to privately discuss case law is shutting down after 10 years because the owner no longer feels the site's users are protected from government spying. After federal threats led to the closure of several secure email providers, the publisher of Groklaw closed her own operation last… » 6/23/13 4:03pm 6/23/13 4:03pm

One Hoon's quest to find the source of all Diecast cars

Hooniverse's own Jay Ramey spent a summer in Hong Kong, and during his time there he made it his mission to track down rare 1:43 diecast cars from the 80s and 90s. A daunting task, considering he could only read Cantonese numbers... » 6/12/13 1:58pm 6/12/13 1:58pm

A Parking Space In Hong Kong Can Cost $387,000

We knew Hong Kong was a crowded city, but high real estate prices there have even inflated the price of parking spaces to insane levels. » 11/27/12 1:30pm 11/27/12 1:30pm

The First Aston Martin One-77 Crash Just Happened In Hong Kong

We've already seen that not all of the Aston Martin One-77's 77 owners know how to drive the 750 hp supercar. Details are fuzzy, but one of the $1.7 million cars was nearly destroyed last week. » 5/28/12 2:00pm 5/28/12 2:00pm

Did A Dolce & Gabbana Exec Crash This $1.3 Million Zonda F?

An axiom of supercars appears to be that the more wonderful and rare it is, the more likely it'll be crashed. The wonderful Pagani Zonda F is certainly rare — just 25 built — and now one's been crashed in Hong Kong. For the second time. And our tipster thinks it might belong to an exec at fashion house Dolce &… » 1/26/12 9:30am 1/26/12 9:30am

The untold story of a McLaren F1 racing the British Army in Hong Kong

As soon as I saw this photo I had to know the story. There are too many markers of a very specific time: a McLaren F1, a British Army Helicopter, a Hong Kong airbase. What's happening here? » 7/14/11 10:30am 7/14/11 10:30am

1000th Hong Kong Ferrari Delivered On Junk Ship

The 1000th Ferrari to be delivered to Hong Kong was presented to its owner on a faux Chinese junk ship. The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti was delivered via Victoria Harbor to owner Didier Li. » 3/12/09 2:00pm 3/12/09 2:00pm

Hong Kong Parking Deck Offers A Dubai-Like Display Of Wealth

We wouldn't blame you for mistaking this parking deck for a Sheiklet's playground in Abu Dhabi » 10/30/08 12:30pm 10/30/08 12:30pm. This deck in Hong Kong holds some of the world's most exclusive , including a Porsche Carrera GT, a few Lamborghinis and a Ferrari Enzo. It seems as if China is doing a better job of than we are back in the States. See if…

Fast And Furious Chinese Drifting With Pregnant Passengerey

We're not so sure that drifting is a sport, but that doesn't stop those Chinese hoons from doing it. Yep, the language of drifting has apparently been outsourced translated into Mandarin. The Chinese apparently prefer to drift in... Japanese cars. What? Were you expecting a BYD? But wait, they haven't just ripped off… » 2/27/08 3:00pm 2/27/08 3:00pm

Jackie Chan Limited Edition Evo IX Spotted In Hong Kong

That tiny pic over yonder's of a real live limited edition "Jackie Chan Edition" Evo IX. Fifty of them were commissioned by none other than the film-making martial arts master himself from the Japanese tuning shop of Firesports, each one going for the buy-it-now price of $77,193. In addition, the sporters of Fire made… » 9/24/07 9:45am 9/24/07 9:45am

Shanghai Auto Show: Making Autopia Suck

At the age of seven, we made our first pilgrimage to the Magic Kingdom. Naturally, our favorite land was Tomorrowland, having grown up on the tail end of Super Science's great promise. Now Super Science, (along with Dr. Jonas Venture, Sr. and Race Bannon) seems to be dead. We suppose in an age of lowered… » 4/20/07 6:00pm 4/20/07 6:00pm

It Sucks We're Not Rich: Rolls Delivers Fourteen Custom Rollers to Hong…

True, we've been wearing the same pants for a week, but that doesn't mean we can't appreciate the finer things in life (OK, maybe not a Delage). Well aged Scotch, pricey real-estate, hookers beautiful women and American Express Black Cards are all things we aspire to. And if we had that Black Card, we could jet off… » 12/14/06 11:00pm 12/14/06 11:00pm

Reason Why We Don't Commute #37: Bus Uncle

Probably reason #1 for why we don't commute is the lack of any public transit in Metro Detroit — but this has got to be another one for us to add to the list of reasons why we prefer having our own vehicular transportation. It's a little video from Hong Kong that's apparently been downloaded over five million times… » 6/08/06 1:47pm 6/08/06 1:47pm