After Audi India, Volkswagen looks to introduce Porsche India in early 2012
ET reports that Volkswagen AG is gearing up to launch the Porsche sports car marquee in India in 2012. They would appoint a new dedicated…
It appears that the Porsche 911, Cayman, Boxster, Panamere and Cayenne SUV would be imported directly by the VW group unlike the current structure wherein Precision Cars is responsible for Porsche imports for the Indian auto market. The company has mentioned they are not aware of any such development. Volkswagen enjoys a 5% market share in the India car market selling the Audi, Volkswagen and Skoda brands here. Once the changes take place in early 2012, the current 8 Porsche outlets in India would be used.
Imports would make way for local assembly in Maharashtra when sales volumes make such a possibility feasible. The Porsche India banner seems to be styled like the Audi India initiative, and under the Volkswagen umbrella, the Porsche vehicles on offer would bear a price tag beginning at Rs 70 lakh to Rs 3 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi).
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