Details about this new model (the automobile and not the woman) came about through an online publication known as Jing Daily which focuses on the emerging luxury lifestyles market in mainland China.
Though demand for luxury cars is showing signs of slowing somewhat in China at the mid- to premium range, the ultra-luxury segment seems to be largely unscathed, particularly for limited-edition models. As Jing Daily noted earlier this year, Aston Martin sold all five of the One-77s the automaker had set aside at the Shanghai Auto Show before doors opened to the public. Since then, other automakers like Bentley have dug in their heels in China, particularly in second- and third-tier cities, with Bentley launching dealerships in cities like Xiâ€™an, Wenzhou, and Zhengzhou.
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It is as if The Great Recession of the United States as well asÂ Europe only continues to linger as a result of a limited scopeÂ in regards to a more globalized approach to marketing and outreach, and theÂ European householdÂ name luxury automobile brands are adjusting byÂ simply refocusing their energiesÂ towards the client base that can afford and have a demand forÂ quality goods regardless of their cultural and ethnic origins, or more simply put, they are focusing on where the money is as opposed to where it used to be.
We will be featuring more customized limited editionÂ luxury vehicles that are targeted towards newÂ emerging consumer bases in 2012, and for those who are not familiar with the Zagato organization, we invite you to expand and broaden your horizons by visiting theirÂ company websiteÂ found at this link.Â
A different perspective to consider.