After the announcement of Ferrari returning to India and
appointing new dealers for the Indian market, Ferrari has inaugurated their
first dealership in New Delhi since their return to India.
Select Cars Pvt. Ltd. from the Yadur Kapoor Group was
appointed as the dealer of the iconic Italian Automotive brand in Delhi. The
brand new dealership is located at A-19 Mohan Co-Operative Industrial Estates
on the main Mathura Road, right next to Rolls Royce Cars dealership, which is
also under the Select Cars aegis.
At the inauguration of the new dealership, Enrico Galliera,
Sr. Vice-President Commercial & Marketing, Ferrari SpA said: ‘We have many
loyal owners and Ferrari fans in Delhi and this new showroom will help them get
even closer to the iconic brand. With great experience in the luxury car
market, Select Cars is our preferred choice for this partnership in the capital
region and we are confident that as our partners they will create more value
for our ever increasing customer base”.
Yadur Kapur, Director, Select Cars Pvt. Ltd. said: “We are
delighted with the opening of the new Ferrari showroom. As befits this Italian
luxury sports car brand, we will strive to constantly exceed our customers’ expectations
in every way. The showroom will offer the new car sales and the highest quality
of after sales service with an unprecedented buying experience.”
Spanning over 3,000sq.ft, the showroom can accommodate up to
three cars and will offer a hallmark service at the service centre below in
addition to a personalisation area to support the customers to uniquely
configure their new Ferrari.
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