Big, aren't they. I was surprised. Guess I shouldn't have been - they're american after all.
The local Ford dealer is right noext to my office and l have seen about 3 - 4 over the last six months. Very cool looking beasts they are as well. Although this is a quite area, there are a dozen + different car dealerships within a 2 block radius. The Ferrari / Maserati dealer two blocks down gets its own overhead traffic sign, and is directly across the road from the local Tesla dealer, which has a tiny showroom downtown, in the retail fashion area.
Lots of nice cars in Asia for sure. However from my experiences of living in Hongkers and Singapore they are all driven like they are a Hyundais... Should be some law that if you own a sports car then you at least drive at the freaking speed limits.
Our E36 M3 convertible, which was admittedly no slouch, used to eat Porsches, Ferraris and Lambos on the highway between the main island and the airport on a weekly basis. Such a nice run over all those bridges and a number of toll booths to slow down at and then woosh off from again. I so wish we could have brought it home with us... Estoril blue, black leather and only about 40K kms on the clock.