The Most Super-Duper Supercar Wedding In China - So Far

the most super duper supercar wedding in china so far

Carnewschina finally found the reason why supercars are gobbled-up in China with ferocious appetite: Supercar weddings. Getting married and making children is all the rage in China (2 or more children is a special sign of affluence), and don’t you dare showing up by bicycle or taxi if you are invited. You won’t be invited again.

The latest (and it won’t be the last) supercar wedding took place in Huizhou in the very rich Guangdong province, where anything from Samsung flatscreens to Apple iPhones is assembled en masse.

Bride and groom made an appearance in a Bentley Continental Supersport. Guests arrived in four Ferrari 458, three Lamborghini Gallardo, two Porsche Panamera, a Nissan GTR, a Maserati GT MC Stradale, a Rolls Royce Ghost, a Ferrari California, and more. Some of these cars sport the dual China / Hong Kong plates, which are the true sign of affluence.

The Audi R8 was probably driven by the caterer.

More bridal pornography can be ogled here.

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  • Michaelhagerty Michaelhagerty on Nov 20, 2011

    And once again, the cure for communist world domination like a Kardashian.

  • Stuki Stuki on Nov 20, 2011

    Now, if only 2 or more children, rather than automotive anatomical augmentation devices for blankshooters, would again come to be a status symbol in Japan and The West; maybe those places wouldn't be so dependent on the Chinese keeping their once great economies afloat.

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