Cambria Automobiles’ transition towards luxury car sales with the opening of new Bentley, Lamborghini and McLaren showrooms has helped it to a 37.4% increase in profit before tax in its latest annual financial results.
James Bond’s favourite carmaker Aston Martin Lagonda last week recorded a £13m loss for the last quarter, pointing to tough trading conditions in the UK and Europe along with disappointing sales of its Vantage two-seater sports car.
Farnell’s Leeds Jaguar Land Rover dealership is achieving success as an SV Specialist Centre after its operations director exploited his design background to deliver bespoke luxury vehicles to its customers.
HR Owen’s annual financial results for 2018/19 have revealed that the London-based supercar and luxury car retailer has delivered a four-fold increase in pre-tax profits in the three years since its acquisition by the Malaysian Berjaya Group.
Cambria Automobiles has reported that increased profit per unit generated by its luxury franchise portfolio helped to mitigate the effects of a 24.9% slump in new car sales during the three months to the end of November.