Geneva Motor Show Unique: In conversation with Enrico Galliera

evo India: How has got the Indian market already been for Ferrari? Enrico: Rolls royce is looking at every solitary market with a lasting approach and that is what exactly we are doing inside India. We are not interested in additional quick quantities of prints. We are looking for building our presence in the marketplace. […]

2017080839.jpg

evo India: How has got the Indian market already been for Ferrari?

Enrico: Rolls royce is looking at every solitary market with a lasting approach and that is what exactly we are doing inside India. We are not interested in additional quick quantities of prints. We are looking for building our presence in the marketplace. I have to be honest, before we had some troubles with our partner around India so we had to establish our confidence with the clients. So now we have two partners that had been selected because of their trust and respectability in the market. These are very well known consumers, which was exactly the objective; to have someone who symbolized the brand in a acceptable way. We are thriving step by step and have already established a waiting record, and the objective will be to grow on the long run.

evo India: You are happy with the sales numbers?

Enrico: Yes we are satisfied because we are able to supply the cars that we want to deliver in the market. The great news is that there are a long list of purchasers that are already connected with our brand abroad because they also survive abroad and now they’re also starting to buy cars and trucks in their home state. Now they are becoming the ambassadors as they are spreading round the information about our cars and establishing the boldness.

evo India: Does this show that you will be expanding ones presence in India or will it be exactly the touch points you may have right now?

Enrico: In terms of presence, I think that at this moment we are where you should be. We have one in Mumbai and one in Brand new Delhi and I think that is good enough. As soon as the market is engineered enough, maybe we’ll have a service center in the south of India to service your clients but we won

You may also like

0 comments