Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Porsche is Coming to India

The popular German automaker, Porsche is ready to launch its new models in India with the selection of 6 permits across the country & the confirmation of prices. Porsche cars India will start its processes in India with franchises in the cities of Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Gurgaon, Kolkata and Mumbai. The company is in progress with effort on new comforts that are likely to be active around 2013.
Porsche Cayenne
In anticipation of this effort however, Porsche has delivered for the taking of orders for the Porsche cars across all six dealerships & has assured to start the supplies of the first units to Indian folks very soon. Till the company gets active with these centers, the franchises will handle all demands from short-term facilities. Anil Reddi, Director of Porsche India detailed; “Since our business establishment in April, we have been working hard to develop the basic dealer network. With the appointment of six dealers in less than four months, I am pleased to say that this has been one of the fastest business ramp ups in the luxury automotive sector. And, I must add, we have more planned for this year. The cars will be offered from an opening price of Rs. 61.4 lakh for the Porsche Cayenne SUV, while the Diesel variant of the same will start at Rs. 68.3 lakh. The basic marketing price for the Porsche Panamera diesel is fixed at Rs. 99.00 lakh. Sime Darby Auto performance has introduced the Porsche Cayenne GTS in Malaysia.
Porsche Cayenne
When Porsche unveiled the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Concept at the Paris Motor show they made the claim that it was the future of the sports car. Furthermore the company has also made a squad of proficient & mobile experts who will go out & endorse after-sales along with other supporters & encounter with customers for brand advertising. Porsche India has also publicized a new pricing structure being included as a part of the brands re-launch in India. The major criterion for the Porsche brand for now is a strong emphasis on their sports cars with the help of the very impressive Porsche 911 priced at Rs. 1.12 crore. Having a look at the texture given to the new 911, the car seems long & leisurely, giving a filthy appearance to the car through its big blingy wheels and, for some reason, someone’s hot-glued a chromed ingredient used on the back bumper. With the 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine & a basic marketing price of under Rs 1 Crore, the Panamera will recover the hidden luxury car segment & provide the consumers an exclusively designed, lavishly furnished & absolutely sportier option.” I shared that Ford India launched facelift version Ford Figo at just Rs. 3.85 lakh.

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