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China helps drive Rolls to record year (3)

By Li Fangfang (China Daily)

09:12, January 16, 2013

In China, a Rolls-Royce Ghost model starts at 4.19 million yuan ($670,000), and consumers pay at least 6.58 million yuan for a Phantom car.

In 2012, another British luxury brand Bentley saw its sales in China increase by 23 percent from a year earlier to 2,253 units, accounting for a quarter of its total global sales.

Bentley plans to expand its distribution network to 40 dealerships, covering all major provinces in China.

Italian super sports car brand Lamborghini delivered 320 units of its cars to Chinese customers in 2012.

China became Jaguar Land Rover's top market globally in 2012, as the British premium brand delivered 73,347 imported vehicles to Chinese consumers, 74 percent more from 2011.

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