Auto Guangzhou 2011 showing a lucrative marketplace for luxury automobiles
Auto Guangzhou 2011, Guangzhou’s annual motor show, opened up its doorways yesterday to 51,896 site visitors, the Guangzhou Daily reported today. Besides the many breathtaking models travelling, the rows of luxury and super-luxury automobiles provided probably the most alluring eye chocolate. Actually, some of the models were snagged on the show floor.
Hall 8.1, in which the luxury producers presented their models, saw its first increase of site visitors at nine each morning, when several automobiles displayed, including some Comes-Royces, were snagged by prospective purchasers. Based on staff, purchasers weren’t whatsoever stingy, with one customer shedding a 2 million yuan ($314,149) deposit on the lengthy wheel-base Comes-Royce Phantom (pictured).
Actually, some site visitors had arrived at the show simply to see automobiles that they had purchased far ahead of time. Reviews reported Guangzhou and Gem River Delta dealer proprietors making up a reasonable part of these site visitors.
You will find still automobiles in the reveal that haven’t yet been taken. A restricted Aston Martin Zagato listed between eight million to 13 million yuan ($1.26m-$2.04m) has yet to locate a buyer. Meanwhile, a restricted Bentley Continental GT Supersports, listed at 5.68 million yuan ($892,184), can also be still available. The vehicle, which made its Chinese debut in Huanan, is restricted to 100 automobiles worldwide, with only four individuals in China.