2 of 5 Zonda Cinque delivered in Beijing China

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These two Zonda Cinque will be parked side by side in a garage next to the other 16 exotics all owned by two brothers.
Sticker price for each Cinque is $5,000,000 USD in China

Here is a video, but with Chinese subtitles

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Holy shit!. What do these 2 brothers do?
Do you know them in person?
Why is it when someone gets something nice there are always a few assholes that find it necessary to hate on people that they don't even know?
First of all, I don't hate anybody.

how the hell do you know that their dad bought it?
I dont. I was responding the the comment from another poster.

and even if he did who cares, it doesn't mean their jerks like everyone thinks. And I'm pretty damn sure that if you 2 had kids and had a good amount of money you'd do the same thing for them.
No, actually I wouldn't. There are few things I dislike more than seeing some spoiled, ungrateful kid get everything under the sun, never once say "Thank You" ,and are never happy with all the shit they have in their life. I can say this, because there are plenty of people in my family with this attitude and it drives me up the wall.

The point is this:
1. If their dad bought them all those cars, then they're spoiled, and their dad's probably trying to buy their love. Sad.

2. If they started a business, and honestly earned all those cars, then thats awesome, and I respect them for it, and hope that one day I can be in their shoes.
So by your logic a parent that has money shouldn't buy their kids any nice things
I didn't say that. Re-read my post. I don't know how old these guys are so its hard to say whats "nice" for a certain age group. It seems to me that you'd be the type of person who's kid would have the silver spoon in their mouth, and probably never lift a finger in their life. I'd give my kids nice things on OCCATION (birthday, christmas), and by "working" for it. If my son did well in school, sure I'd buy him a used 5 series or something of that nature. I would NOT just give my kid a GD Ferrari, just for the hell of it, and be like "Here, have fun!", because that's insane.

and if the kids ask for anything nice that makes automatically makes them spoiled brats,
If they don't ever say "thank you" and honestly mean it, and if they abuse the nice things they have, then yes thay are spoiled little brats, and I dont care what anyone here thinks about that view.

and if the parents do buy the kids whatever it is they want they become bad parents that are trying to buy their kids love.
No comment on this one except anyone who buys their kids whatever they want, whenever they want it, is nothing more than a tool with a heart beat.

Wow I feel sorry for your kids if you ever have any and have a nice amount of money.
No, feel sorry for everyone elses kids. Because while mine would be learning how to be a responsible human being, their peers would be running around the mall with their parents credit card, and all their fake-a** friends.
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My apologies. Seems I have a knack for saying things that get some people excited, and take what I say out of context. But back on topic of the thread, I would have to say that the zonda is one of my favorite exotic cars, because you dont see many of them on the roads. Ferrari and Lambo's are nice, but much more commonly spotted.
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