According to Autostat data, there are 10,500 luxury automobiles in Russia, as of the beginning of July 2017. The segment forms only 0.025% of the automobile fleet of the country.
The biggest share of the segment belongs to Bentley (around 35%), with a registered number of 3600 vehicles. Mercedes-Maybach follows the leader with 2100 automobiles, which is equivalent to one-fifth of the segment. Maserati and Rolls Royce numbers are almost equal (1100 units), each having more than 10% share of the market. The following luxury automobile brands should also be mentioned as official players in the Russian market: Ferrari (712), Aston Martin (411) and Lamborghini (252). Other brands, which would be considered exotic for Russia, such as: Buick, MG, Lotus and Bugatti also exist in the country.
As noted by Autostat analysts, more than half of all luxury automobiles in Russia are found in Moscow (5900 units). Other regions of the Russian Federation lag well behind the capital. Approximately 1000 luxury vehicles are registered in St. Petersburg and a little over 900 in Moscow Region. Krasnodar Krai is the leader of the luxury segment amongst the non-capital regions (290 units). Sverdlovsk (140) and Rostov (137) regions follow the leader. The number has reached 100 units in Samara region. The amount of luxury vehicles is below the 100 units mark at the remaining regions of Russia.