The market for supercars in China seems neverending as their owners have now formed their own club.
The number of millionaires in China continues to grow rapidly. And when people earn more money, they obviously want to show if off. And one of those ways to do that is by the car you drive.
And now Chinese supercar owners have formed their own organization called the SCC (Super Car Club). It has grown quickly since it was first started a few years ago and its members are the owners of some of the finest supercars on the planet. To put it mildly, if you pull up in a Porsche 911, you'd be considered to be at the bottom of the totem pole.
You'll find plenty of Pagani Zondas, Ferrari Enzos, and Bugatti Veyrons. All told, the club has some 700 members with 500 supercars. Most members come from Beijing and their ages range from 18 to 60 and are on average 15 years younger than their counterparts in European supercar clubs. In fact, 10 percent of their members are women. So without a doubt, China has a growing population of those who can splurge on cars of this magnitude.