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Ferrari Opens Its First Dealership In India

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The Far East is rapidly turning into a large market for high-end cars. Rolls Royce has just opened a showroom in Malaysia, and now Ferrari is seeking new customers in India.

With the booming economies and the large population in those countries, this is probably a solid investment for luxury car makers, now that the Middle East market is struggling thanks to all kinds of political conflicts.

Ferrari dealership in India, located at the heart of New Delhi, opened by Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa, Ferrari Commercial and Marketing Director Enrico Galliera, and Ashish Chordia, Chairman of the Shreyans Group, the Ferrari importer for the country. The special preview for the medias was held in the over 500 square metres on two levels of the dealership, with the ground floor entirely dedicated to the range, and the personalization area to support the client to uniquely configure their new Ferrari.

The authentically designed Ferrari dealership also provides official Ferrari Service and personalization programs to the customers.

During the meeting with the press, Felisa said. “Our objective was to launch the Indian market in 2011 and it’s a pleasure to inaugurate this first dealership here today. We feel that this is the right moment, considering the dynamism of the country and its economy. Here in India you feel great enthusiasm and a strong connection to the Ferrari brand, which, even before officially entering India, had already around 50 clients in the country. Naturally the entire range will be available on this market, imported by the Shreyans Group, the partner we’ve chosen and who shares with us not just the desire to invest, but also the passion for Ferrari and its values.”

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