“HNWI” stands for “high net worth individuals,” which refers to people able to invest $1 million or more, and now more than 3 million HNWIs call the Asia-Pacific region home, surpassing North America for the first time.
So what do newly minted millionaires and billionaires do with their money? Well, if you live in an economy that’s booming as much as Asia’s, you spend it, and in these cases, on the luxury hand-crafted Bufori cars, that are in such high demand, the Malaysian car-maker is struggling to keep up.
The Bufori is rapidly becoming the status symbol in China and the Middle East. The customized car takes anywhere from 3,500 to 9,000 man hours to assemble and comes in a classic design reminscent of the 1930s.
The crafters incorporate state-of-the-art technology and uncompromised safety with performance and luxurious finishing.
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