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  • Supercars drive Korea’s luxury car market
  • Supercars drive Korea’s luxury car market
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Supercars drive Korea’s luxury car market

Supercars are high performance vehicles; super fast, super exclusive, and super expensive. About 20,000 supercars are sold globally each year, but in Korea the market for them is rapidly expanding - opening a new channel for manufacturers to explore.

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