Gallery: The cars with the dragon tattoo
Want to sell a car in China? Judging by this year’s Beijing show, just plaster it with dragons. And gold.
Posted: 24 Apr 2012
It's built to commemorate the Year of the Dragon, has some gold stuff and its moniker translates as "Golden Dragon In The Wind". In fine Audi tradition, it's targeted at a slightly obscure extreme sport, this time kite surfers - there are two roof-mounted carbon fibre reinforced polymer boards, a pouch for wet clothes, "Liuli Yellow" (read: GOLD) paint outside and some off-road add-ons found in the Ingolstadt parts bin. There's also yellow stitching indoors.