Luxury Car Makers
April 11, 2011 by staff
Luxury Car Makers, India taste buds now water only when the label “super luxury” is evident. And the car manufacturers worldwide are falling over each other to deliver the report of CNBC-TV18′s Swati Khandelwal Sharma Anshu Jain.
Buggati, Koenigsegg, Maserati, Bentley, Jaguar, Ferrari, these are the names that once was seen only in the posters, but now are burning rubber on the road in India, thanks to strong growth India in recent years.
Chris Buxton, regional director – Spain, Bentley said, “India has been growing year by year over the last four or five years we expect to have record year, probably this year we can get triple-digit sales in the next 18 years. – 24 months. ”
India’s market for luxury cars is growing % annually. In alone, cars were sold by luxury brands such as Lamborghini, Rolls Royce and Bentley. And with the number of growth, foreign manufacturers super luxury car they intend to get their share of the pie, also in large portions, if you can manage.
Simone Niccolai, MD – Asia-Pacific, Maserati, he said, “The approach we have in the Indian market is long term we are not here just to be with the very specific goal to achieve would be nice to see three double figures. Digits in the next three years. ”
India has become a seamless market, when they speak automakers on a global launch of its latest models.
“We always ensure that all the models we produce are released into the Indian market. Do not let certain models to reach the markets of India,” said Buxton.
2010 saw the Gateway of India of the fastest road car Buggati Veyron with a whopping price of Rs 16 crore in March 2011, drove InterGlobe Koeingsegg Swedish super sports car. Italian brand Maserati and Ferrari Prancing Horse have also led to Indian roads. And James Bond fans will soon be able to navigate to your favorite Aston Martin through traffic in India.
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