Bengaluru: Ducati has opened its newest dealership in the city of Bengaluru. This is the Italian bike maker’s first showroom in south India, and the fourth in India including Delhi, Mumbai and Gurgaon. The dealership is located in UB City and was established by VST Group.
Ravi Avalur, managing director of Ducati India, highlighted Bengaluru as a strategic part of Ducati’s plans in India: “We consider Bengaluru to be fundamentally important to our growth in India and are proud to announce that our partnership with VST enables us to take another positive step forward.”
Speaking on the occasion, Arun Surendra, managing director of VST Group’s automotive division, said: “We are extremely proud to help bring Ducati to Bengaluru and the rest of south India, expanding Ducati’s reach and customer experience. Our many years of success serving premium clients in the luxury automotive world, has helped us create a state-of-the-art service facility on Victoria Road, from which we will provide the same high standards of service as Ducati does the world over.”
The showroom will offer the entire Ducati line-up available in India, including the Monster, Hypermotard and Hyperstrada, the Diavel family, the Scrambler range including the newly launched Scrambler Urban Enduro, the Multistrada 1200 and 1200S, and high-performance superbike models such as the 1299, 1299 S and the flagship Panigale R.
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