- First Aston Martin dealership opens in Romania
- State-of-the-art 1,500m2 facility offers new and ‘Timeless’ pre-owned sales, aftersales and parts
29 March 2019, Bucharest: Aston Martin Bucharest celebrated the opening of its new showroom this week with over 200 invited guests and friends of the British brand. The VIP customer reception took place next to the newly launched design concept for AM-RB 003, the third hypercar in Aston Martin’s mid-engined story and the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing F1 show car.
The contemporary state-of-the-art facility features a five-car showroom for new and pre-owned sports cars with a full display of colour and trim options where customers can personalise their Aston Martin. The dealership also has a dedicated aftersales team and a five bay workshop staffed by world-class Gaydon-trained technicians.
Andy Palmer, Aston Martin Lagonda President and Group Chief Executive Officer, said: “I am delighted to open this outstanding new facility here in Bucharest. The commitment to our brand from the first Romanian dealer clearly shows their confidence in the future of Aston Martin and our Second Century Plan.”
Thomas Kiesele, Regional President Europe of Aston Martin Lagonda Europe, said: “We have found the right partner with Aston Martin Bucharest and are confident the passionate and dedicated team will provide our valued customers an exceptional service in the area.”
The Dealer Principal, Camelia Bazac, also commented: “We are delighted and honored to announce the start of Aston Martin’s operations in Romania and to be working alongside Aston Martin, a marque with such a prestigious history. It was great to see over 200 Aston Martin owners and enthusiasts this evening and we look forward to welcoming both new and existing Aston Martin owners to our new home.”
Aston Martin Bucharest is the first official Aston Martin dealership in Romania. Aston Martin Europe currently operates through 42 dealerships in 19 countries.
For further information about Aston Martin Romania, please visit: Aston Martin Romania.
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