A parking lot in Chengdu, China shows a fleet of supercars abandoned by owners who can't conform with the strict government laws on luxury cars purchased overseas.
Most of these rides are smuggled from the U.S. by businessmen in a - sometimes profitable transaction -and at other times, wasteful investment.
The government puts up most of these cars at auction sales but most Chinese would rather purchase a clean, new and cheaper car than acquire a seized luxury vehicle. Citizens have respect for the government and hate to go against the laws, knowing there's no room for corruption.
Image shows a supercar (Bentley) covered in grass.
Would you abandon a Bentley or a Range Rover for the fear of government policies?