/Bufori Geneva Set For Beijing Debut

Bufori Geneva Set For Beijing Debut

Bufori Geneva 1 at Bufori Geneva Set For Beijing Debut

Bufori Geneva is a car that I believe most people would call the Malaysian Rolls Royce. But it isn’t. What it is, is a fairly ugly retro-looking luxury saloon that’s stuffed with leather, wood, and all kind of amenities you could think of in a car. The Bufori tries to be a Roller — it has suicide doors, a fridge, and even a cabinet in the boot like that of bespoke Phantoms. But it fails, miserably. Powering the Bufori Geneva is a large 6.4 liter engine.

The new Bufori will make Asian debut at the Beijing Auto Show, where the Malaysian company also announces launch of a new flagship showroom in Xintiandi district of Shanghai. More dealerships in Beijing, Chengdu and Shenzhen are also under development, and that shows how optimistic the company really is. After all, this car with all its luxury features is not going to be cheap. So how many people they think will spend Mercedes S-Class kinda of money on a… what was it… Bufori.

Gerry Khouri, Managing Director and co-Founder of Bufori said, “Since the launch in 2010 we have refined and added more features and technologies to the car. For the show, we are very proud to showcase Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay’s personal car, which we were commissioned by his family to specially build for his 80th birthday. Tan Sri Yeoh, founder of YTL Corporation, is a Bufori supporter and a connoisseur of the finest things in life and it is our honour to be able to create this masterpiece to add to his collection of cars.

via WCF

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