Macklin Motors Nissan Glasgow Launch Night
Macklin Motors Nissan Glasgow, part of Vertu Motors plc, opens its doors tonight for the very special launch of it's new £5 million showroom complete with their brand new multi-car display tower. Expect the cream of Glasgow's car industry to be in rubbing shoulders along with Team GB Olympic super star Sir Chris Hoy & superstar chef Tom Kitchen also in attendance.
The launch sees the year-long construction project with Vertu Motors at the Port Dundas Road site finally come to an end. The new eight-storey glass tower as risen from the ashes of the former DC Thomson print works, demolished earlier in the year to make way for the unique site.
Glasgow now has a very unique and innovative new landmark in the skyline now thanks to its remarkable glass tower. That's not all though the multi-storey car dealership also features a lower level used car sales and service centre, with a stunning new car sales environment on the first floor.
Robert Auld, a renowned and experienced general manager, will take the helm at the new Macklin Motors flagship dealership for Nissan. Having spent more than half of his life in the motor retail industry, Robert joined Macklin Motors Nissan in 2014. “It’s fantastic to finally officially open the new Macklin Motors Nissan Glasgow. This represents a significant investment by Vertu Motors in Scotland and demonstrates our belief in the market here.'
This brand new dealership complements Macklin Motors’ network of dealerships across Scotland, including its other Nissan site in Darnley.
Here at Autopod we couldn't be more pleased with the comments and plaudits from all at Vertu and Macklin on the build and we wish them all the very best success with the dealership and hope to work with them again on future projects.
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