Malaysian automaker Bufori announced today their Geneva luxury saloon will make its public Asian debut at Auto China in Beijing later this month.
Malaysian automaker Bufori announced today their Geneva luxury saloon will make its public Asian debut at Auto China in Beijing later this month. The debut also marks the recent opening of a flagship showroom in the fashionable Xintiandi district in Shanghai.
The Bufori MKVI Geneva was first launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2010 and features a classically styled body design but includes modern day technology and amenities. Positioned in the ultra-luxury saloon segment, the Bufori Geneva is powered by a high-performance 6.4-liter engine and also features electrically closing rear-hinged coach doors and a luxurious interior.
Gerry Khouri, Managing Director and co-Founder of Bufori said, "Since the launch in 2010 we have refined and added more features and technologies to the car. For the show, we are very proud to showcase Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay's personal car, which we were commissioned by his family to specially build for his 80th birthday. Tan Sri Yeoh, founder of YTL Corporation, is a Bufori supporter and a connoisseur of the finest things in life and it is our honour to be able to create this masterpiece to add to his collection of cars."
In addition to the 300 square meter showroom and state-of-the-art facility Bufori opened in Shanghai last month, plans are under way to set-up additional dealerships throughout China, with showrooms to be established in Beijing, Chengdu and Shenzhen.