Porsche to boost its dealership network in India


Porsche, the German sports car maker is planning to boost up its dealership network in India. Recently Porsche has opened its dealership in Hyderabad which is located in the upmarket area Jubliee Hill as a state of art facility to experience Porsche cars and its well renowned technology for customers in Andhra Pradesh. The construction of this fascinating showroom commenced in 2009. This showroom is spread across a space of 5000 sq mts and four sales consultants are always present to to handle the visitors’ queries and make their visit more informative to Porsche cars. For its expansion in India, Porsche is looking ahead to start its centres in Bangalore, Ahmadabad ,Kochi and many other cities. James Bourne, the Regional Manager, Porsche conveyed that they expect market for Porsche to increase rapidly in next couple of years and establishing Porsche centre in India provides its customers to experience the varied range of Porsche products. Porsche is a symbol of rich heritage and its amazing statistic figures of around two- third of the Porsche cars sold in last 60 years still running on roads is a great example for all other brands. In India last year, Porsche made a decent 94 units sale while this year from January to October Porsche has already sold 269 units and it is now more assured to sell more cars in the domestic with boosted dealership networks . Porsche was established in 1931 as Dr. Ing. H.c.f. Porsche Gmbh by Ferdinand Porsche. In India, Porsche Cars India Private Limited was incorporated in 2007 as the official Porsche Importer with the vision to offer its customers High Quality products and after sales service with an attempt to provide its customers with extraordinary buy experience. Currently Porsche is dealing with 5 cars in India namely Porsche 911, Porsche Boxster, Porsche Cayman, Porsche Cayenne and Porsche Panamera.