The macroeconomic outlook of major luxury car brands seems to be of much interest lately, as the recession begins to recede at the pace of drunken amoeba. It continually shocks some people that the wealthy are still spending. The fact is that they were rich before the recession, they remain wealthy, and will likely survive the entire downturn relatively unscathed. The point is, luxury carmakers are doing very well, especially Ferrari & Rolls Royce.
Rolls Royce & Ferrari
This is a good thing, we do not want to see classic luxury brands disappear like the dinosaurs! Not that we need meat eating creatures prowling the land, we have enough sharks in the sea…but we do need our Ferrari rentals and Rolls Royce rentals on the roadways!
Miami Rolls Royce rental
Ferrari F430 rental in Miami
I suppose the best way to put it is that someone neglected to inform Ferrari or Rolls Royce of a recession, as Rolls is poised to set a new sales record this year and Ferrari customers are not flinching at exclusive pricing. Rolls Royce is actually initiating a $16 million dollar expansion to its Goodwood plant.
Rolls Royce is always in style
Ferrari is capping production at 7,000 annual units to maintain exclusivity, typical in the industry. According to IHS Global Insight, sales for top-tier luxury brands will grow double digits over the next two years, including Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Maserati, Lamborghini, Bentley and Aston Martin.
At least there is ample car porn available online as the world waits out the downturn! Don’t miss our fleet of sexy luxury car rentals in a city near you!
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