Sales Of Luxury Cars Set To Cross 30,000 Units In 2013

Luxury Cars The Fastest Growing Segment of Chinese Automobile Market

Raghunathan TOPICS luxury good German brands dominate; JLR and Volvo Cars impress The luxury cars segment is set to report its highest ever annual volumes of over 30,000 units for the calendar year 2013. Luxury car-makers managed to buck the trend of falling sales by launching low-priced models, expansion of network beyond metros to woo first-time buyers with schemes and offers, and aggressive marketing campaigns. In 2013, German brands continued to dominate, but Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and Volvo Cars made strong inroads. Other brands such as Porsche, Rolls-Royce, Bentley and Aston Martin also upped the ante. Full Article:

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Wall Street Invests in Luxury Cars; Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini See Sales Boost

In spite of somewhat disappointing December numbers , auto sales totals in the United States were a "healthy return to normalcy," Yahoo! Autos reported. The boost came from such factors as pent-up demand from the economic downturn, lower credit rates and new models, the outlet said. Carmakers and their dealerships sold around 15.6 million vehicles in 2013, rising about 8 percent from the year before. Surprisingly, the heavy auto players weren't SUVs; instead, the biggest movers were luxury models from Cadillac and Lamborghini, Yahoo reported. Full Article: