Phan Manh Ha (L, 2nd), general director of Bentley Hanoi, poses for a photo at a ceremony to launch a Bentley display area in HCMC – Photo: Chi Thinh Phan Manh Ha, general director of Bentley Hanoi, said the showroom is expected to pave the way for Bentley Hanoi to expand its business scale and approach target customers in HCMC in particular and in the south in general. Earlier, Bentley Hanoi, the first Bentley dealership in Vietnam, on November 21, launched an automobile display area in HCMC’s Landmark 81 building. On the occasion, the local dealership also introduced the Bentley Flying Spur V8 S model, which is the most dynamic version of the Flying Spur sedan range. The Bentley display area not only features a wide range of the British brand’s luxury automobile models, but also allows customers to immerse themselves in Bentley-styled art and cultural ambiance. It opens for service from 9:30 to 21:45 during weekdays until April next year. The launch of the display area is among the activities marking Bentley’s growth and expansion in the coming days in HCMC. According to Ha, Bentley Hanoi predicted that the number of supercars being sold on the local market may edge up next year. Some 10 Bentley supercars, distributed by Bentley Hanoi, are sold in Vietnam per year, costing VND11-16 billion each. It typically takes customers six to seven months to receive their automobiles from the date of making an order.