Baytree Cars doubles turnover in 2020 despite pandemic

Published On: January 11, 2021Categories: Latest News1.3 min read

It has also been appointed as the UK agent for the Mulholland Legend 480 supercar

A prestige and performance car dealership says it doubled its turnover in 2020 – despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

Management at Baytree Cars, in Derby, said they had been able to keep supplying clients with the latest models during almost a year of lockdown.

The business has announced it has also been appointed as the UK agent for the Mulholland Legend 480 supercar, scheduled to complete production in Derby in 2021.

Named after the amount of horsepower the V8-powered coupe can produce, Mulholland Automotive has drawn on its 20 years of supplying components to Formula One teams and supercar manufacturers to design and develop the two-seater sportscar.

Current stock on the Baytree website includes a 1963 Aston Martin DB4 Sports Coupe, with a price tag of £450,000, a £189,9000 Ferrari 430 Scuderia Coupe 4.3, and a £114,900 6.3l Ferrari FF V12.

Director Stephen Pinchbeck said the business, which specialises in prestige brands such as Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche and Bentley, has seen turnover rise from £750,000 to £1.5 million a month.

He said the company had also doubled the size of its showroom this year to accommodate the increase in cars it now has available. Mr Pinchbeck said: Extra investment in the company has meant that we have gone to the next level in 2020.

We have a passion for high-quality cars and were delighted recently to become recognised as a true Supercar dealership by the Supercar Driver Club. This is the bible of the prestige and performance car industry and shows that we are one of the leading dealerships in the country, he said.

Graham Mulholland, the founder of Mulholland Automotive, said: We selected Baytree Cars because, as a dealership, they not only sell the world’s most desirable cars but operate nationally and internationally.

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