Bufori Geneva sedan launched in China
The Australian-based Bufori Motor Car Company has re-launched the Malaysian-built Bufori Geneva, showcasing it at the recent 2012 Beijing International Motor Show.
The Bufori Geneva was first introduced at the 2010 Geneva International Motor Show. It is positioned in the ultra-luxury saloon segment and will be powered by a Chrysler-sourced 6.4-litre “Hemi” V8 engine. It will feature an electrically-closing rear-hinged coach doors and adjustable air suspension.
The car is highly customisable and can even be equipped with a Chinese tea set with instant boiling water at the press of a button. An unlimited choice of interior trim colours and combinations, wood veneers, exterior paint colours and combinations as well as specially-requested customisations are available to the discerning Chinese individualist.
Amongst highlights is the rear centre console, which can accommodate a coffee machine, mini-bar, fridge and even a fine bone China tea set with instant hot & cold water. Each Bufori Geneva, with good reason, requires in excess of 6,000 man hours to handcraft and customise.
Bufori is planning to establish dealerships throughout China, along with a future worldwide venture.