There is no doubt that we enthusiasts just love cars and will do anything to keep them in top condition no matter what. But there are few lucky and misfortunate owners who think otherwise do not believe in the phrase, “cars are god”. We found 10 cars among many others that are treated badly and it is nothing less than painful to see them rot like this.
This is a very rare car in India. The legendary supercar was produced between 1974 to 1990 and became famous quickly due to its aggressive shape and sharply angled body.
The mid-engine sport car is powered by a V12 naturally aspirated engine, and has become a collector’s wet dream in recent times. Seen here is a super rare Countach rusting in peace.
Lexus LS 430
The Lexus brand has never officially entered India. The luxury brand of Toyota tried several times to set-up base in the Indian market but failed every single time. Here we a super luxurious Lexus LS 430 abandoned in Mumbai.
This is the third generation of the car and it was powered by a 4.3-litre, 290 BHP, 434 Nm engine. The V8 engine powered car was certified as one of the first Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle.
Porsche Carrera 2 Turbo
More popularly known as Type 964 among the enthusiasts, the Carrera 2 was the rear wheel driven model of the car. The removable roof of the car made it a rare model to have after the production came to an end.
The car also received a new flat-6 cylinder 3.6-litre engine with 247 BHP of maximum power ad 310 Nm of torque. Seen here is a model lying around in Goa waiting for the owner to clear the customs.
The two-door roadster car was once the flagship of the Mercedes-Benz. The name SL is an abbreviation of Sport Lightweight. The SL was built on the idea of toned down Grand Prix car and is a true-blue sport car.
The car seen in the picture was powered by a 5.0-litre 302 BHP V8 petrol engine, and was one of the most powerful roadsters of its time. Currently, the car is spending old age at Chennai.
Rolls Royce Ghost
The Ghost is no ordinary car. It is one marketed as one of the most luxurious cars in the whole world. It is the cheapest car carrying the Rolls-Royce badge in the current line-up and yet the car carries a price tag that goes into multiple crores. The exotic blue-silver paint scheme costs few lakhs more. The luxury car is currently abandoned at Bengaluru.
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
It was the last car from Mercedes-Benz that offered the much hyped gull wing type doors. The red coloured supercar with temporary registration plate was seized by DRI in Delhi and has been spending time rotting at some warehouse.
The front-engined supercar is a super rare breed as only limited numbers of the car were produced. The car was powered by a massive naturally aspirated 6.2-litre engine that produced a maximum of 563 BHP.
One of the most sought after cars, the Porsche 911 has received no respect in Kerala. The car has been lying with window open and ruined interiors and exteriors since ages.
The Porsche 911 is a rare breed of sports car. Enthusiasts swear by its handling and performance. It is a shame to see a car lying around like this.
Aston Martin Vantage
The sports car from the British manufacturer is a beauty queen on wheels. The rare car was built by hands and offer impeccable quality and finish to the buyers. This Vantage belonging to a famous personality in Delhi was seized by DRI and has been rotting since a long time.
Porsche Boxster S
One of the most popular two-seater convertible in the world has been spending time at a police station in Delhi. The owner of the rare car lost control to ram it against a wall and since then the car has been seized. The Boxster S is fitted with one of the most potent engines from the Porsche range. The 3.4-litre flat-6 engine produces a maximum of 326 BHP, 360 Nm of torque.
The Ford Mustang has finally arrived in India in its latest avatar. There were many enthusiasts in the past who imported the legendary vehicle.
The Mustangs in its older form is a very rare car and many vintage car collectors find ways to get their hands on one. This Mustang is rusting away in air in Mumbai and there is no one to take care of the icon.