An elite dump was discovered: each car costs 60 million!

Dozens of abandoned Hongqi L5 sedans found in a junkyard. A video showing dozens of luxury sedans gathering dust at FAW Hongqi’s factory was posted on the Internet by a Chinese blogger. All these cars are test cars, some are still covered with camouflage foil. Apparently they have been there for about 10 years.

Such cars were once used as personal vehicles by representatives of the Chinese party elite, and ordinary citizens could buy them for a price of 5-6 million yuan (55.8-67 million rubles).

*This material was created by a person who has the status of a foreign agent in the Russian Federation.

The “exclusivity” of the model was directly reflected in the demand – according to statistics, only 19 luxury sedans were found on average per year. Now L5 is no longer for sale. Hongqi is rumored to have produced 500 production cars since then.

By the way, on the armored Hongqi N701 Xi Jinping, during a recent visit to Russia, the chairman of the Communist Party of China, Xi Jinping, moved.

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