“Ferrari has announced the appointment of two new dealers to extend its official presence in India, a strategic market for the company,” the company said in a statement.
The company said that it enjoys a passionate and enthusiastic following in India and is firmly committed to providing a class-leading sales and after sales service in the country.
The statement said that to underline its commitment to the Indian market, it has appointed a new dedicated sales and service centre, Select Motors in New Delhi.
The statement added that it has also appointed a Mumbai dealership, Navnit Motors to engage new and existing owners in western India.
Last year, Ferrari had severed ties with its official importer in the country Shreyans Group. It had entered the Indian market in 2011.