It seems the 2017 Geneva Auto Show would be a game changer for the Indian auto market as many reputed auto giants see India as a potential market for their exclusive products.
Italian supercar maker Lamborghini is wagering enthusiastic about the Indian market and expects its deals in the nation to twofold by 2020.
“India for us speaks to a market with plenty of profits and an imperative market. A year ago, it was a decent year there, “Automobili Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali said at Geneva Motor show.
He said in spite of the fact that the organization has been available in India for around three years; it sold 28 units a year ago.
“It is a developing business sector and we see the potential. We can go effectively to 40-50 autos a year soon with the upcoming SUV Urus, we can double our deals in India reasonably by 2020,” Domenicali said.
Indian market is in a union stage, he said that “there will be a situation where we do trust that the peak of interest won’t go down, there will be strong advancement, and after that, it will be dependent upon us to ram more autos in the Indian market.”
Domenicali said the present autos in the organization’s portfolio may experience issues on the Indian streets because of low ground latitude however when the super SUV Urus is prepared that won’t be a concern.
The organization hopes to begin offering the generation rendition of its idea SUV Lamborghini Urus from 2018 comprehensively.
“In the event that it will resemble that it will be dependent upon us to extend the number in various ways and distinctive ranges. In any case, for me the estimation of our image must be selective,” he said, As far as possible the generation to around 3,700 to 3, 800 units a year.