The highly exclusive brand, owned by Germany’s Volkswagen AG, has announced that its dealership network in Japan, the world’s third largest economy, has grown with the appointment of the AOI Group.
Bugatti is getting ready to close the production of its Veyron supercar, which is fast approaching the number of designated units. With a successor in tow, reports stating that the company is testing no less than three variants for the upcoming model – including one with a hybrid setup akin to what the Ferrari LaFerrari and McLaren P1 offer – the brand is now focusing on strengthening its relations with the partners.
The AOI Group is now Bugatti’s newest dealer and service partner, with Japan being one of the brand’s strongest regions in the Far East. The new partnership also has a first in tow: the showroom will be complemented by a stand-alone Bugatti lifestyle boutique. Appointing the AOI Group as its official sales and service partner in Japan enables the French luxury brand to have three representatives in the Asia-Pacific region, in addition to its bases in Hong Kong and Singapore. To the day, Bugatti’s exclusive dealership network has grown to a global presence of over 30 dealerships in 19 markets. The AOI Group has over 50 years of experience in dealing with premium and luxury European
cars in Japan and overseas.