Compact Saloon Sales To Outpace Growth In The Overall Chinese Luxury Car Market – Forbes

US wins over China at WTO case on luxury cars – Yahoo News

Chinas Luxury Segment Headed For Growth, Mainly In Compacts According to our estimates, premium vehicle sales in China stood at over 1.5 million units in 2013, up 21% year-on-year. The luxury segment beat the 13.9% growth in the overall passenger vehicle market in the country. But despite already being the worlds second largest premium vehicle market, China offers further growth potential, as only 7% of its overall vehicle sales were formed by the luxury vehicles last year. In comparison, the proportion of luxury vehicles in the U.S. auto industry rose to over 11% in 2013 , after suffering a minor dip through 2011-2012.With growing disposable incomes and rising number of affluent customers in China, we expect the proportion of higher-priced vehicles in the country to rise in the coming years.
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Sarasota seeing luxury car sales in high gear

Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done US wins over China at WTO case on luxury cars May 23, 2014 10:58 AM 0 shares . View photo The new Lincoln Motor Company MKZ sedan at a media launch in New York City on December 3, 2012 (AFP Photo/Spencer Platt) Washington (AFP) – The WTO Friday rejected tariffs imposed by China on US-made luxury cars, handing Washington a victory on one of the growing number of disputes between the world’s two largest economies.
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Wilde’s sales manager Stephan Kacprzyk says business is good really good. “Maserati sales for us is close to 400% — it’s a tremendous amount. Jaguar is on the verge of 200% mark,” says Kacprzyk. We take a ride in a Maserati GTC. “It’s a very old-school Ferrari sound,” he explains.
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