Car spotting in Tokyo

Spotted a new 911 GT2 on R246 heading to Shibuya on Saturday.  Saw the same car once again later in the day in Hiroo.  Looks sensational in white

Sunday night in Ebisu (not the circuit) I saw this rare beast parked outside a restaurant. CLK55 DTM AMG, I think only 80 cabriolets were made so it’s quite the rare sight.  What I can’t get is why the front fenders are vented, as all other pictures I’ve seen of this car they are just blistered. 

And here is another one I’m confused about.  Old model Cadillac Escalade but it seems to be fitted with a bizarre front end conversion which makes it look like a camouflaged prototype!


2 Responses to “Car spotting in Tokyo”

  1. 1 Hugo
    September 22, 2008 at 9:12 am

    That “Escalade” looks like a mule for sure! Weird kind off thing..
    Maybe it’s a new Land Cruiser in development?

  2. 2 Kev
    September 24, 2008 at 12:53 am

    That CLK DTM is either fake kit or the owner custom vented the fender. The real DTM cabriolet doesn’t have any vent on its fender. Did you have a peek on its interior? That should tell you whether its a wannabe fake or the real deal.

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