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.