The favorite luxury choice of the richest Bulgarians remains Bentley and Rolls-Royce.
Will anyone be surprised (rather not), but the world continues to flow in the logical course of development established over millennia: the poor get poorer, the rich get richer. The number of new millionaires and billionaires in the world proves it. In the country, a similar gauge is the state of the national vehicle fleet.
Its average age is about 20 years, and Bulgarians continue to prefer Volkswagen. In the country, 437,013 cars with this brand are registered with the traffic police (as of 01.12.2022), but only 14,007 of them are up to 5 years old.
At the same time, rich Bulgarians have fun behind the wheel of a Lamborghini (a total of 121 vehicles registered, of which 68 are under 5 years old), a Ferrari (a total of 129, 50 under 5 years old), a Bentley (265, 55 under 5 years old) . Porsche remains in another league with 5,243 cars registered, of which 897 are up to 5 years old.
A Bulgarian woman drives a Bugatti Chiron Super Sport for BGN 6-7 million (at least)
The most exclusive car remains the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport, which Vanyo Alexiev’s partner Tsveti Vasileva enjoys. Another Bugatti is being reported to the traffic police.
Among the new acquisitions of the rich, 3 Ferrari Romas stand out, 2 SF90 Stradales (there are also two used ones on the report), 4 new Ferrari F8s – 3 are the Spiders and one Tributo.
Lamborghini fans traditionally bet on the Urus (7 are new, there are 12 more). During the year, one new Aventador (4 used) and two new Huracan (10 used) appeared in our country.
There are a total of 20 McLarens in Bulgaria (10 to 5 years old), one of which is the brand new 720C Spyder.
British luxury has always been among the favorites in our country, that’s why the number of Bentleys is as many as 265, but only 55 are up to 5 years old. Two new Bentley Continental GT Speeds and one Bentayga Hybrid were registered this year (there are also 6 used ones).
Photo: Ferrari SF90 Stradale