Italian luxury sports car manufacturer Maserati, which is now a part of the Fiat group, on Wednesday announced its re-entry into the Indian market with plans to launch models priced between Rs 1.1 crore and Rs 2.2 crore and with three new dealerships in the country.
Maserati, which started sales in India in 2011, ceased them after trouble with its dealer partner. This time, the luxury car maker has planned three new dealerships, one each in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, by September-end this year.
Based on future business prospects, the company will look to expand in Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Chennai, Maserati’s head of operations for India, Bojan Jankulovski, said.
The company plans to sell four models — Quattroporte, Ghibli, GranTurismo and GranCabrio — in India and will also launch an SUV in 2016. The carmaker sold 36,500 units last year globally and is aiming 75,000-unit sales in the current year.