Super Cars That Ignore The Recession

Sunday, 4. September 2011

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Recession? What recession. So far this week I’ve seen photos of the new Bugatti Galibier, said to crossover from concept car to production car as soon as late 2012, now a 4 door car set to hit the streets with a 1,000bhp engine, a £1 million price tag and impressive 8 exhaust tailpipes. This was followed by pictures of the proposed Bentley SUV off roader, set to be Bentley’s biggest seller when it goes on sale. Then there was the Lamborghini Aventador with just one, very large, exhaust tailpipe. Coming in at a modest £242,000, what a car!

So I shouldn’t have been surprised that the luxury arm of Nissan, Infiniti, was set to increase its proposed dealerships in the UK from 12 within the next 5 years to 40.

They clearly see that there is more money going to be spent on cars at the luxury end of the market with greater expansion likely than the entry level Nissans which will only see modest increases.

The increased visibility of the brand through its sponsorship of Red Bull F1 has no doubt helped along with a link up with Mercedes to use their four cylinder engines.

Who are the people that are spending more on their cars cos I’m not seeing them? Is it you? By Graham Hill

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