@wuqijun was actually talking about Chinese women:
As carmakers expand their presence in China, now one of the world’s fastest-growing car markets, Chinese women have taken a liking to luxury cars, challenging the status quo of this traditionally male-dominated market.
Maserati’s managing director of Greater China, Bo Yaming, said recently in an interview that Chinese women account for 40 per cent of its buyers in the Chinese market, which is in stark contrast to the rest of the world, where women account for less than five per cent of buyers. German luxury automaker Porsche is seeing a similar trend. In 2015, 40 per cent of its sales came from women in China, who are becoming a key growth engine. Ferrari noticed that Chinese women prefer more powerful and more expensive models, and sales to Chinese women are about four times the sales to women in the west.
“In China, women are ambitious … so they will buy more ‘high powered’ products than women in the US or Europe,” Tom Doctoroff, a senior partner at brand and marketing consultancy Prophet, recently told Forbes, addressing the difference between women in China and the West. Luxury cars have become a way for Chinese women to display their power, an outspoken symbol of their newfound status in society.