ماشین های لوکس بدون صاحب | اتاق خبر
کد خبر: 351016
تاریخ انتشار: 25 خرداد 1395 - 02:01
یک عکاس در چین عکس هایی منتشر کرده که ماشین های گرانقیمت را در حال خاک خوردن و زنگ زدن نشان می دهد.

به گزارش اتاق خبر به نقل از  اخبار خودرو ،یک عکاس در چین عکس هایی منتشر کرده که ماشین های گرانقیمت را در حال خاک خوردن و زنگ زدن نشان می دهد.

پارکینگی در شهر چانگدو ( Chengdu )مرکز ایالت سیچوان( Sichuan ) در چین محل نگهداری حدود دویست ماشین است که برخی تا ۳۰۰ هزار پوند قیمت دارند. این پارکینگ محل نگهداری ماشین هایی است که مشخص نیست صاحبانش به چه دلیل این خودرو ها را رها کرده اند. برخی مشکلات قانونی ودادگاهی دارند و صاحبانش در حال حل و فصل پرونده حقوقی هستند.

Pic shows: Abandoned vehicles in the ‘car graveyard’. Hundreds of vehicles have been wasting away in a parking lot in China where the cars are now overgrown with weeds and trees. Hidden in the undergrowth are also expensive luxury vehicles such as Mercedes-Benzes, Land Rovers, and Bentleys – two of which are thought to be 3 million RMB (316,890 GBP) each. According to reports from the lot in Chengdu, capital of south-west China’s Sichuan Province, the 200 or so cars have been abandoned there for years, and many are already old enough to be scrapped Local authorities said that many of the expensive vehicles have been kept in the lot because they were involved in complicated criminal cases currently under investigation. Due to the complex nature of the cases, which involve a number of government departments, the cars have been essentially impounded in the lot and have been allowed to disappear amongst the foliage. Amongst the Audis and Mercedes-Benzes are also motorcycles or much older and cheaper vehicles which are also due to be scrapped. But authorities have yet to handle the sedans in what has now been described as a "car graveyard". Several similar cars seized by authorities in the past had been auctioned off last year, reports said, after local courts in Chengdu were given permission to sell cars from solved cases to the public. But the majority of the vehicles are still wasting away as different government departments work together to resolve the criminal cases. (ends)

Pic shows: Abandoned vehicles in the ‘car graveyard’. Hundreds of vehicles have been wasting away in a parking lot in China where the cars are now overgrown with weeds and trees. Hidden in the undergrowth are also expensive luxury vehicles such as Mercedes-Benzes, Land Rovers, and Bentleys – two of which are thought to be 3 million RMB (316,890 GBP) each. According to reports from the lot in Chengdu, capital of south-west China’s Sichuan Province, the 200 or so cars have been abandoned there for years, and many are already old enough to be scrapped Local authorities said that many of the expensive vehicles have been kept in the lot because they were involved in complicated criminal cases currently under investigation. Due to the complex nature of the cases, which involve a number of government departments, the cars have been essentially impounded in the lot and have been allowed to disappear amongst the foliage. Amongst the Audis and Mercedes-Benzes are also motorcycles or much older and cheaper vehicles which are also due to be scrapped. But authorities have yet to handle the sedans in what has now been described as a "car graveyard". Several similar cars seized by authorities in the past had been auctioned off last year, reports said, after local courts in Chengdu were given permission to sell cars from solved cases to the public. But the majority of the vehicles are still wasting away as different government departments work together to resolve the criminal cases. (ends)

Pic shows: Abandoned vehicles in the ‘car graveyard’. Hundreds of vehicles have been wasting away in a parking lot in China where the cars are now overgrown with weeds and trees. Hidden in the undergrowth are also expensive luxury vehicles such as Mercedes-Benzes, Land Rovers, and Bentleys – two of which are thought to be 3 million RMB (316,890 GBP) each. According to reports from the lot in Chengdu, capital of south-west China’s Sichuan Province, the 200 or so cars have been abandoned there for years, and many are already old enough to be scrapped Local authorities said that many of the expensive vehicles have been kept in the lot because they were involved in complicated criminal cases currently under investigation. Due to the complex nature of the cases, which involve a number of government departments, the cars have been essentially impounded in the lot and have been allowed to disappear amongst the foliage. Amongst the Audis and Mercedes-Benzes are also motorcycles or much older and cheaper vehicles which are also due to be scrapped. But authorities have yet to handle the sedans in what has now been described as a "car graveyard". Several similar cars seized by authorities in the past had been auctioned off last year, reports said, after local courts in Chengdu were given permission to sell cars from solved cases to the public. But the majority of the vehicles are still wasting away as different government departments work together to resolve the criminal cases. (ends)

Pic shows: Abandoned vehicles in the ‘car graveyard’. Hundreds of vehicles have been wasting away in a parking lot in China where the cars are now overgrown with weeds and trees. Hidden in the undergrowth are also expensive luxury vehicles such as Mercedes-Benzes, Land Rovers, and Bentleys – two of which are thought to be 3 million RMB (316,890 GBP) each. According to reports from the lot in Chengdu, capital of south-west China’s Sichuan Province, the 200 or so cars have been abandoned there for years, and many are already old enough to be scrapped Local authorities said that many of the expensive vehicles have been kept in the lot because they were involved in complicated criminal cases currently under investigation. Due to the complex nature of the cases, which involve a number of government departments, the cars have been essentially impounded in the lot and have been allowed to disappear amongst the foliage. Amongst the Audis and Mercedes-Benzes are also motorcycles or much older and cheaper vehicles which are also due to be scrapped. But authorities have yet to handle the sedans in what has now been described as a "car graveyard". Several similar cars seized by authorities in the past had been auctioned off last year, reports said, after local courts in Chengdu were given permission to sell cars from solved cases to the public. But the majority of the vehicles are still wasting away as different government departments work together to resolve the criminal cases. (ends)

Pic shows: Abandoned vehicles in the ‘car graveyard’. Hundreds of vehicles have been wasting away in a parking lot in China where the cars are now overgrown with weeds and trees. Hidden in the undergrowth are also expensive luxury vehicles such as Mercedes-Benzes, Land Rovers, and Bentleys – two of which are thought to be 3 million RMB (316,890 GBP) each. According to reports from the lot in Chengdu, capital of south-west China’s Sichuan Province, the 200 or so cars have been abandoned there for years, and many are already old enough to be scrapped Local authorities said that many of the expensive vehicles have been kept in the lot because they were involved in complicated criminal cases currently under investigation. Due to the complex nature of the cases, which involve a number of government departments, the cars have been essentially impounded in the lot and have been allowed to disappear amongst the foliage. Amongst the Audis and Mercedes-Benzes are also motorcycles or much older and cheaper vehicles which are also due to be scrapped. But authorities have yet to handle the sedans in what has now been described as a "car graveyard". Several similar cars seized by authorities in the past had been auctioned off last year, reports said, after local courts in Chengdu were given permission to sell cars from solved cases to the public. But the majority of the vehicles are still wasting away as different government departments work together to resolve the criminal cases. (ends)

 
 
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