TAG Heuer's Odyssey takes the road southward on the Chinese continent.
The TAG Heuer's Tesla roadster left the Imperial City of Beijing to continue its journey toward the upbeat city of Shanghai. In Beijing, the 100% electric GT took a ride along the largest historical building complex in China, namely the Forbidden City and its palaces.
It then headed for the second largest, which is the Temple of Confucius, set in Qu Fu, the hometown of this great eastern thinker. There, at sunset, the roadster toured the city and its gems before heading toward booming Shanghai, the trendy side of China, where the Expo 2010 is held under the theme "Better City - Better Life".
TAG Heuer and Tesla will enjoy this exciting metropolis for a week, and even participate in the Expo... but first, on June 16th, TAG Heuer's Tesla roadster stopped by the Bund, the famous riverside street lined with historical buidlings and wharves, and drove by the skyline of skyscrapers overlooking the financial district of Pudong, as well as parked in front of the Shanghai TAG Heuer's boutique.