By on March 4, 2012

Every country and culture seems to have to go through its fads and fashions. China does it at breakneck speed. Last year, it was gold. Now, the Bling Dynasty is succeeded by The King. Elvis-style pink cars suddenly are all the rage, and who else than Carnewschina to keep track of them? Don’t fancy Chinese and The King? There you go: Suddenly, cars are pinkos in Red China.

The pink of this Beetle could be a standard color for this kind of a car, for females and people who feel like one.

If you like it more manly, yet effete, how about this Lamborghini Gallardo? Don’t worry about the resale value. This color will be sought after in China, at least for the next 6 months.

Can’t get enough pink?

Carnewschina has a pink Suzuki Alto, a pink old Suzuki Alto, a pink Porsche Cayenne, a pink Volkswagen Passat, a pink Porsche Cayman, a pink Ferrari California, a pink Bentley Continental GT, a pink Mercedes-Benz SLK, a pink MG-TF, and a pink Audi TT.



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