Aston Martin Steps in Croatia, Opens Dealership in Zagreb

Despite the current difficult market conditions, luxury car manufacturer Aston Market aims to expand its coverage by opening a couple of new dealerships in unexplored sides of the world. The company today opened a new dealership in Zagreb, Croatia that will incorporate multiple services including a five-car showroom to display the company's latest models. The standalone showroom in Zagreb covers an area of 302 sqm, according to a statement issued by Aston Martin.

“Before entering the Croatian market we have taken our time to carefully consider the right location and partner for Aston Martin. In Spectator Grupa and their facility in Zagreb I am confident we have found the partner who perfectly befits our brand," Aston Martin’s Director of Business Development, Philipp Grosse Kleimann, said.

“Aston Martin is in the strongest position it has ever been. With our global dedicated dealer network, it is important that we remain committed to our bold expansion plans so we remain well positioned for the upturn in the economy.”

Aston Martin says a number of new dealerships will be also opened in various regions around the world, including Czech Republic, Greece, Sweden and Brazil. In addition, new showrooms are already under construction in Hanover, Germany and Austin and Charlotte in the USA. A new dealership will be officially opened in March in Calgary, Canada.

According to the company, each new showroom will display a range of several models, such as V8 Vantage, V8 Vantage Roadster, DB9, DB9 Volante and the flagship DBS. This product lineup will be soon expanded with the V12 Vantage and DBS Volante expected to debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show opening its doors in March.
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