An ultra-premium showroom facility featuring Bentley, Lamborghini, McLaren, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is being developed in Bristol by Rybrook Holdings.
Work started in October on the new facility – expected to open in June – which will serve customers from an area of more than 12,000 square miles from Lands End, through Wales and up to the Cotswolds.
Parking for over 40 cars and a single customer entrance and lobby area giving access to the building, a customer canteen and car handover area are all part of the plans given the green light by South Gloucestershire Council.
As well as the four luxury franchises on the ground floor, the first floor will also house a Rybrook Specialist Cars showroom.
A ten-bay workshop, meanwhile, will serve all four brands.
Henry Whale, managing director of Rybrook, said: “I am extremely proud to announce the opening of our ultra-premium retail showroom in Bristol this summer.
“To have four brands of such extraordinary calibre together in this enviable facility is an exciting prospect.
“The establishment of Rybrook in Bristol demonstrates our desire to expand the business in the ultra-premium automotive segment and we continue to seek opportunities in the right place with the right partners.”
Rybrook Holdings already represents major supercar and luxury franchises at other sites across the UK.
Rybrook has successfully operated Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Birmingham, McLaren Birmingham and Bentley Cardiff for a number of years and has extensive experience with specialist cars.
The growth of Rybrook’s relationship with its existing franchise partners and the welcome addition of Lamborghini, strengthens the Group’s position in the ultra-premium segment.
The launch of the new Bristol showroom will create 46 new jobs and Rybrook is currently seeking candidates, for a variety of roles, whose top priority is delivering exceptional customer standards.
Earlier this month Dick Lovett announced that it would be operating an Aston Martin dealership from a new 27,000 sq ft showroom in Cribbs Causeway, marking it out as an upcoming area of interest for ultra-premium brands.