China is home to some of the world’s most exclusive and expensive supercar and exotic car collections thanks to its proliferation of car-loving millionaires and billionaires. Now images have emerged showing a plethora of incredible supercars and hypercars currently being stored in a garage in Shanghai.
It remains to be seen if all of these cars are owned by the same person but the cars themselves are undeniably jaw-dropping. Arguably the most eye-catching is a bright red Ferrari LaFerrari which in China, costs the equivalent of $3.67 million, making it significantly more expensive than almost anywhere else in the world.
Also in this supercar garage is a white and black Koenigsegg Agera R believed to have cost its local Chinese owner at least $4.18 million. Compared to the LaFerrari which utilises a 6.3-litre V12 engine and an electric motor resulting in a combined 950 hp, the Agera R features a twin-turbocharged 5.0-litre V8 delivering 1140 hp and 1200 Nm of torque.
Another incredible car in this supercar collection is a white McLaren P1 which despite offering similar performance to the LaFerrari with its twin-turbo 3.8-litre V8, is believed to have set its Chinese customer back about $2.02 million. It is evidently flanked by a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG which in this company, looks rather uninspired.
Arguably the most incredible car in this supercar garage is another Koenigsegg Agera R. What makes this example particularly noteworthy is its light blue paint scheme also combining black, carbon fibre and white elements. It was initially unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show 2013 and is completely bespoke.
The LaFerrari and the white Agera R, P1 was owned by same person, and the LaFerrari was the one crashed in Shanghai.