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Announcing our new Luxury Sports Car Partner Mazzanti

Nikkan Navidi
3.1.2023

Mazzanti x Konvi

While in the past years the mainstream car market has primarily stagnated, with little to no growth expected through 2031, the luxury segment is forecasted to gain a significant share during the same period, with expansion rates range predictions ranging from 8 to 14 percent per annum. More interestingly, the margins in the luxury segment ranged in the double digits in the years between 2016 and 2021. In the same time period, the mass market remained in the lower single digits. In order to enable private investors to capitalize on the enormous potential this industry offers, Konvi has partnered up with the exclusive Italian luxury sportscar manufacturer Mazzanti. Through our partnership, we are breaking the high entry barriers of luxury sportscar investments that can reach values of above €1,000,000 and enabling our community to invest from 250€ onward.

Secure your spot for the first Mazzanti offering on Konvi.

Who is Mazzanti?

Mazzanti Automobili, established in 2002 by Luca Mazzanti, is an Italian racing and collector car manufacturer with its headquarters in Pisa. After more than 15 years of extensive research and development, the creation of numerous prototypes, and exclusive one-off cars sold to individuals all over the world, the production run of a limited number of the so-called Mazzanti Evantra Millecavlli has started. While Mazzanti has focused on the small-scale and exclusive production of its cars, the Evantra Millecavali hypercar has seen appreciation among passionate collectors, enthusiasts, technicians, and major stakeholders of the automotive world.

Currently, Mazzanti Automobili has produced around 15 cars, highly sought after by track lovers and collectors looking to own a one-of-a-kind Italian-made hypercar. Each interior is made to measure, with the driver’s seat made to fit the customer’s own unique body shape, in essence making each interior a one-off, one of the core values of being coach-built. The company is aiming for a global expansion of its target audience with a major focus on the middle east, the United States, and Southeast Asia. Aiming to partake in the ultra-high-end luxury car segment, individuals can purchase this hypercar for a starting price of €800,000, with the option to fully customize a variety of components.

The ultra-luxury hypercar Industry and the future

According to a report published by Mckinesy&Co, the >€500,000 hyper- and luxury car segment of the car industry will see strong momentum in the upcoming years. With more than ten new car brands that have entered or that are planning to enter the very top of the market, and a significant increase in global distribution channels, spanning China, Europe, and the United States, the level of competitive intensity and pressure will grow substantially. Increasing competitive pressure and improving products, combined with cars produced in relatively limited-production volume (<1,000 units p.a.) will ultimately result in an increasing surge in demand.

How to invest in luxury cars with Konvi?

Konvi aims to connect leading investment opportunities with retail investors. Our partnership with Mazzanti will allow the Konvi community an exclusive opportunity to invest in a luxury hypercar starting from €250.

Once you have placed your pre-order of shares for a Mazzanti luxury car offered in our App, Konvi will guide you through every step of the process. After our product launch and your successful investment in the car, the car will be sold after the pre-defined holding period for the highest price, ensuring that all users receive their share of ownership and participate in the price development of the asset. In the near future, you will be able to liquidate your shares before the appreciation period ends through Konvi’s secondary market. Mazzanti has seen increasing surge in demand for its cars recently, and while this does not guarantee future results, the ultra-luxury car segment is expected to face significant growth in the upcoming years.

Want to learn more about Mazzanti and it's founders story? Check out part one of the two part interview with founder and CEO of the Italian car brand, Luca Mazzanti.

Ready to invest into ultra rare and unique hypercars? Check out our investment project in collaboartion with Mazzanti and pre-order your shares now.

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