Chaturvedi owned Boys and Machines, a
premier dealership specialising in pre-owned luxury cars, is aiming to clock
revenues of Rs. 60-65 crore by the end of the fiscal year in March 2022 and
also plans to reach Rs 100 crore annual revenue by end of FY23
company’s sales included rare supercars like the Lamborghini Huracan Aveo CV
Special Edition of which there are just three in India and 15 in Asia. That was
also the company’s biggest ticket by far, selling for a price of Rs. 2.89
also facilitated the sale of other rare automotive gems such as the Porsche 911
Carrera, Rolls Royce Ghost, Jaguar XKR and the Hummer H3.
and Managing Director of Boys and Machines Siddharth Chaturvedi said, “I am
incredibly proud of how far we as a business have come in just 12 months.
Setting up a business in the midst of a pandemic was daunting to say the least.
But our success thus far is testament to our commitment, dedication and passion
for creating a pre-owned car business that sets a new standard for customer
service and experience. While we can certainly take pride in what we have
achieved in our first year, we have to at the same time look to the future. We
have ambitious plans to build on our success in the years to come and are
confident we can achieve all we have set out to do.”
AGGRESSIVE EXPANSION PLANS
and Machines plans to underpin its ambitious growth goals by expanding its
presence aggressively across India. It has established a foothold in four
cities of New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Kolkata in addition to its Gurugram
base in the first year alone and plans to start operations in three more cities
- Ahmedabad, Indore and Chandigarh — in the coming year.
addition to showrooms in new markets, the company also plans to open workshops
in cities it is already present in so as to create a more convenient ownership
and service experience for customers.
of the keys to the company’s early success and indispensable to its future
plans is its digital-first approach. We live in a world that is digitising at a
rapid rate with even big ticket transactions moving online. The pandemic has
only accelerated this shift.
this Boys and Machines developed its brick-and-mortar and digital sales
architecture in tandem. The company’s customer base is online, well-researched
and well-informed when it comes to passion purchases like luxury cars. The
company’s inventory for instance is available for anyone, anywhere in the
country to parse which has introduced a degree of transparency to transactions
and interactions that hadn’t before been seen in the used-car space.
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