Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Appoints Navnit Motors as Dealer for Ahmedabad
The move into Ahmedabad adds to the current dealership network in Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad and Chandigarh.
Paul Harris, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Regional Director, Asia Pacific said: "The business in India maintains its course for sustainable growth. The appointment of a dealer in the West Indian state of Gujarat is strategically important - allowing us to service an economically significant new area of India and to meet increasing demand."
Herfried Hasenoehrl, General Manager, Emerging Markets Asia added: "In 2005, when Rolls-Royce returned to the India market after an absence of 50 years, Navnit Motors was our launch partner in Mumbai. Today, we cross a new frontier with Ahmedabad standing together with a proven and trusted partner who is one of the most experienced luxury motoring retailers in India. The addition of Ahmedabad completes another step in our strategic plan for India, and is a prime choice for Rolls-Royce thanks to its administration and fast development."
Navnit Motors, established in Mumbai since 1985, manages several luxury brands across five cities in India. Sharad Kachalia, Director, Navnit Motors said: "We are very proud to be able to represent Rolls-Royce - the pinnacle of automotive brands - in Ahmedabad. The city is acknowledged to be a new hub for super luxury motoring in India, and we are most committed to delivering the level of service expected by our discerning clients."
India and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
India is one of the leading markets in Asia Pacific for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, with the highest number of dealerships in the region outside of China. The company recently launched the new Phantom Series II range of cars in Mumbai and New Delhi, will celebrate Mumbai's Art Deco Heritage, and open a new showroom in Chandigarh by the end of the year.
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