Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
Australian/Malaysian automaker Bufori, which specializes in creating custom automobiles inspired by 1930s-era American coupes, has announced plans to introduce its new MKVI Luxury Saloon – soon to be christened with an official name as well – at the rapidly approaching Geneva Motor Show. If you thought Swiss companies like Rinspeed had the offbeat market cornered, think again.
Gerry Khouri, Managing Director and co-Founder of BUFORI said in a statement: "This new model marks an important milestone in the company's history. The MKVI is our first four-door saloon and we are excited at presenting this more contemporary interpretation of the BUFORI philosophy to the world."
Here's all we know about the saloon thus far: it will have a 6.1-liter V8 engine of unknown origin, rear-hinged coach doors and "endless customization options." We'll see the new Bufori for ourselves come March 2nd, in the meantime, click past the break for the official press release.