For a country with ridiculously high taxes on anything regarding automobiles, from first-time registration costs to levies on fuel (average price of 1 liter is about HK$18, equal to US$2.3 and €1.7, or US$8.6 per gallon), Hong Kong sure has it fair share of high-end luxury and sports cars on the road.
To get an idea of how much cars cost in Hong Kong, a quick look at BMW's local site reveals that a 328i sedan starts at HK$567,000 (US$73,100 or €53,700), while a Porsche 911 Turbo S will set you back HK$ 3,711,000 (US$478,500 or €351,500).
In the U.S., excluding state tax, the same models have an MSRP of $37,300 for the BMW 328i and $181,100 for the Porsche 911 Turbo S respectively.
In the following video that was forwarded from Carscoops reader Edward of the YouTube channel HKVanquishWott, we have a compilation of more than 300 sport- and super-cars, ranging from 10 different brand new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4s to a rare Spyker C8, all filmed in December of 2013 alone. Check it out below.
Thanks to Edward for the video tip!