Luxury car sales hot at Shanghai Auto Show

Updated: 2011-04-25 14:43

By Zhao Tingting (

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Some luxury car manufacturers reached their quarterly sales targets within the first six days of the Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition, the Shanghai Securities News reported Monday.

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British car manufacturer Aston Martin said it made five of its One-77 model cars available for the China market and they were all ordered before the show opened. At a price tag of 47 million yuan ($7.19 million), the One-77 model, a limited edition with just 77 cars offered around the world, is the most expensive car at the show.

Huang Lixin, a regional general manager for Bentley, said the company received orders for 60 units of Bentley vehicles during the show, mainly at a price of 4 million yuan. The annual sales target for the region in 2011 is 300 units, the report said.


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