India & Ferrari

Here’s something to think about: although Tata, an Indian company owns Jaguar and Land Rover, both of which are top-notch lux brands, it wasn’t until the end of last month that the first Ferrari dealership opened in New Delhi, the capital of the Republic of India.

Here’s something to think about: although Tata, an Indian company owns Jaguar and Land Rover, both of which are top-notch lux brands, it wasn’t until the end of last month that the first Ferrari dealership opened in New Delhi, the capital of the Republic of India.

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During the opening of the dealership, Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa stated, “Here in India you feel great enthusiasm and a strong connection to the Ferrari brand, which, even before officially entering India, had already around 50 clients in the country.”

According to the World Bank, the population in India in 2009 was 1,155,347,700.

Fifty clients?

One can only imagine that that number is going to be factored faster than 599 GTO carves a road.

After all, India is arguably going to be one of the booming markets on the planet sooner rather than later.