Like Ferrari, another Italian car maker too had to break ties with the infamous Shreyans group in India, following various instances of poor service meted out to customers. While Ferrari has already made an announcement that they have appointed two dealers, one each in Bombay and Delhi, another Italian brand which packs a lot of roaring stallions under the hood, Maserati, has confirmed that it is planning to re-enter the Indian market some time soon.
In a response to ETPanache, Umberto Cini, managing director of Maserati Global Overseas Markets, said that the company considers India as one of the key growth markets for the automotive industry worldwide and plans to reopen its shop soon in India. “As part of Maserati’s growth strategy, we are constantly evaluating market opportunities. This also includes India, as we consider it as one of the key growth markets for the automotive industry worldwide,” says Cini.
He further added, “While we can confirm that we are planning to enter the Indian market in the medium term, it is too early to confirm details in terms of structure, set-up and cooperation with other FCA Group brands. We will make an official announcement as soon as possible.“