Don’t be surprised if you hear the swooshing sound of an approaching vehicle and experience a blink-and-you-miss-it moment very soon. Italian luxury car-maker Maserati is set to re-enter the Indian market in a bid to expand its burgeoning business. Maserati had sold 36,500 units in 2014 worldwide after new additions to its luxury line such as Quattroporte and the new Ghibli.
The Italian company plans to open car dealerships in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore this year.
Commenting on the announcement, the newly appointed Head of Operations for India, Mr. Bojan Jankulovski said: “Driving a Maserati is like wearing a tailor-made suit in a world of uniforms. Our re-entry into the Indian market is a commitment to our customers as there is a definitive demand for exclusive luxury products, including cars, in the market. By entering India, and other new markets around the world, we are able to grow by expansion.”