Edinburgh Aston Martin and Rolls Royce dealer Leven Car Company is aiming to grow sales volumes by 45% with the opening of a supercar showroom.
The site near Murrayfield Stadium will retail the likes of used Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porches, as well as being home to a Rolls Royce franchise.
Leven managing director Chris McMahon runs the business with his father, Hugh McMahon, who sold his previous dealer group, Lomond Motors, to Lookers in 2012.
Leven's second showroom will be big enough to house 40 cars, and McMahon told Herald Scotland that a quarter of the space will be dedicated to a new Rolls Royce showroom - which is set to open in December – with the rest dedicated with pre-owned supercars.
With customers likely to find a veritable banquet of pre-owned luxury cars available at any given time, Mr McMahon said the company’s philosophy is to build lasting relationships with purchasers.
“We hope it will become a really well-known destination for being warmly welcomed to come and look at cars. We want it to add volume and ultimately profit to the business, for it to be known as a place you can buy something well-prepared by people who want to look after you,” McMahon said.
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