Boys and Machines celebrates its one year anniversary

Boys and Machines, pre-owned luxury cars dealership plans to expand its footprint to three more cities in the coming year
Siddharth Chaturvedi, Founder & Managing Director and Akash Chaturvedi, CEO of Boys and Machines
Siddharth Chaturvedi, Founder & Managing Director and Akash Chaturvedi, CEO of Boys and Machines Boys and Machines

Boys and Machines, a chain of pre-owned luxury car dealership with headquarters in Gurugram has completed a year of operations in the used car business with its portfolio of supercars, started amidst pandemic. The pre-owned luxury car dealership has big plans moving forward with expanding operations and increasing the revenue and more.

Currently, with showrooms in four major metropolitan cities — Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Kolkata, Boys and Machines plans on expanding its operation to three more cities — Ahmedabad, Indore and Chandigarh in the coming year. With a total of seven showrooms in seven cities across the country, Boys and Machines plan on opening workshops in cities with its showrooms for a better customer service experience.

With its expansion plans, the company is set on achieving a revenue of Rs 60-65 crores by March 2022, the end of the fiscal year and an ambitious plan of a Rs 100 crore revenue by fiscal year-end of 2023. The highest sale made by the company was of the Lamborghini Huracan Avio, which was sold at Rs 2.89 crore. The portfolio of the company also includes cars from companies like Ferrari, Bentley, Porsche, Mercedes, Audi and BMW.

Speaking on the occasion Founder and Managing Director, 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 a 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.”

Other than selling cars from its portfolio, the company was also involved in the sales of Porsche 911 Carrera, Rolls Royce Ghost, Jaguar XKR and the Hummer H3. Moving forward with expansion plans, Boys and Machines has also been diverting its resources towards the welfare of the stray animals by the company’s flagship social campaign called ‘Each One, Feed One.’ Considering the ongoing pandemic situation, the company’s digital-first approach helped widen the customer base with a strong digital presence. The company’s inventory is available for everyone digitally.

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