Bufori has officially launched its flagship Geneva model in China with a debut at the ongoing Beijing show. The Geneva, which made its world debut at Geneva 2010, is like nothing else on earth – the big car features a 6.4 litre engine, powered rear-hinged coach doors, adjustable air suspension and a luxurious cabin.
The unit displayed in Beijing was specially hand crafted for Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay, founder of YTL Corporation. Not able to decide what to give a man who has everything, the Yeoh family commissioned Bufori to build a car that became the precursor of the Bufori Geneva.
Like them, Chinese customers will be able to personalise the Geneva to their exact requirements. An unlimited choice of interior trim colours and combinations, wood veneers, exterior paint colours and combinations will be available.
One of the highlights of the Geneva is its rear centre console, which can accommodate a coffee machine, mini-bar, fridge and even a fine bone China tea set with instant hot and cold water, among other things.
This is another milestone for the Malaysian-based company, after the recent opening of its flagship showroom in Shanghai. Bufori’s expansion in China will continue with the opening of dealerships in Beijing, Chengdu and Shenzhen.