BCA has reported “strong demand” for luxury, prestige and supercar vehicles early in the year after a special Top Car sale at BCA Nottingham sold 400 vehicles for a total exceeding £8 million.
Cars sold on the day included 36 Porsche, four Aston Martin, eight Bentley, four Rolls Royce, a Ferrari and a Mclaren Automotive vehicles.
Sold values outperformed price guide expectations by up to 20%, with ten cars selling for in excess of £100,000, BCA reported.
BCA’s chief operating officer UK, Stuart Pearson, said: “The luxury and supercar sectors continue to generate a huge amount of interest and BCA uses a range of digital marketing tools to ensure our specialist Top Car buyers have all the information they need.”
A selection of high-value stock from BMW Group, Porsche Financial Services, Alphabet, UKCGR Premium and Bentley Financial Services was offered and attracted buyers from all over the UK and even further afield to bid in-lane and online.
The entry of 147 premium cars sold for an average of £38,000.
Bidding during the sale was hugely competitive and BCA reports that 74% of the vehicles were purchased by Live Online bidders.
The BCA Nottingham Top Car sale offers buyers a choice of up to 500 sports, prestige and supercars from direct sources every 3rd Thursday of the month.
BCA is already consigning vehicles for the next event on Thursday February 21, with an entry of over 500 vehicles expected.
Pearson said: “Data from our newly launched BCA Buyer App shows there was significant demand for these high-value vehicles with exceptional interest for some of the rarer supercars that attracted buyers from all over the UK and Europe.
"It also underlines the confidence that customers have to buy and sell these high-end vehicles through BCA’s platforms.
“Our market insight and data-driven approach bring together a blend of physical and digital buyers to provide the strongest possible audience for any sale.”