Anita Krizsan makes selling Bugatti Veyrons a piece of cake

Article by Christian A., on February 15, 2013

Anita Krizsan makes selling Bugatti Veyrons a piece of cake after having racked up sales of over £13 million. Krizsan is a saleswoman at a luxury car dealership in London, specifically at the Jack Barclay showroom in Mayfair. During the past year, she sold 11 units of the world's fastest road car. When interviewed by AOL Cars, she said that it’s a special “privilege” to sell these personalised examples of this hypercar.

She said that she feels highly passionate about the Bugatti brand and that she considers it a lot of fun to meet people who are interesting and successful. It’s also notable that there’s no typical Bugatti customer. Aside from all being passionate car collectors, these customers don’t really fit a specific profile. Krizsan has customers who are in their teens all the way to those in their senior years.

He said that Bugatti buyers treat her like an “equal business partner” since they fully trust her to manage the transaction. She explained that these customers don’t want the latest thing and that what drives them is either passion or investment. She would then have to determine what their motivations are. She emphasized that it isn’t competition that drives them.

Instead, it’s the desire to find a car that reflects their personality. Purchasing a Bugatti won’t be like acquiring a Ford Focus. Initially, Krizsan meets with the buyers to discuss the various models and their availability. This is followed by a plant visit. A test drive then follows with Pierre Henri, the official racing driver of Bugatti. The sales team is introduced to the buyer. The contract would then be signed with the handing in of a deposit. [via dailymail]

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