Hungarian car seller Gablini will open Hungary’s first Aston Martin showroom in May in the framework of an importer’s agreement signed in Budapest on Thursday. The agreement was signed by Aston Martin’s European president Thomas Kiesele and Gablini owner Gábor Gablini. The showroom for the iconic British brand will serve markets in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Albania. Gablini expects to sell at least 15 Aston Martins in the showroom’s first calendar year and double that number in the following year. Gablini is spending several hundred million forints on the construction of the showroom next to the M3 motorway. Gablini has been selling new cars in Hungary for more than 30 years. It sells five brands at five bases in and around the capital. Last year, it sold 2,000 cars and generated revenue of 17 billion forints.