Ferrari officially opens bookings in India, deliveries start July 2015, prices included

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Ferrari 488 GTB (6)

Ferrari had been to India earlier, but retreated soon after. The Shreyans Group was tasked with handling the Indian operations of Ferrari and the former soon made things challenging for the Italian sportscar maker. However, Ferrari recently made a re-entry plan and selected two private dealerships – Navnit Motors (Mumbai) and Select Cars Pvt. Ltd. (Delhi) to handle the distribution of its Stallions in India. Ferrari also revealed the pricing of its entire India lineup and finally, has officially begun accepting bookings. the Maranello based super car maker has made all the cars in its stable available for interested customers, except for their hybrid hypercar – the LaFerrari.

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The California T is the brand’s most affordable sports car

Though Ferrari has started accepting bookings, the dealerships are only to commence full-fledged operations from October 2015. Those booking their cars now, can expect the delivery of their dreams on wheels from July. Talking of bookings, Ferrari’s current India portfolio includes the California T, 488 GTB, 458 Spider, 458 Speciale, four-wheel drive FF and the monstrous 731bhp F12 Berlinetta. One of the most interesting Ferraris coming to India is quite possibly the FF. The FF is the only Ferrari to feature a four-wheel drive system, and comes with a stonking 6.3-litre naturally aspirated V12. This engine develops 651bhp of power and is powerful enough to propel the Grand Tourer (GT) to a top whack of 335 km/h.

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The V12-powered Berlinetta is priced at a whopping INR 4.72 crore!

The range starts off with the Ferrari California T, which is priced at INR 3.30 crore and ends with the INR 4.72 crore Berlinetta. Of course, once you start ticking those boxes on the options list, it won’t be long before the final price balloons into the stratosphere. Ferrari is only planning on bringing less than 20 cars to India in 2015 – exclusivity is the key here. That said, we are quite confident that all of these delectable cars will find their takers in no time.

Anyway, are you excited about one of the greatest names in racing history coming to India, and which is your favourite Ferrari of them all? Let us know your opinions and thoughts in the comments section below.

Source – Autocar

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