The facility of Fiat India, situated at Ranjangaon near Pune, in the state of Maharashtra, witnessed a crowd of more than 200 Fiat cars and over 600 fellow members of Team Fiat India from all over the nation.
The 200 Fiat vehicles that had gathered, were driven drown by their possessors from Indian towns comprising Raipur, Hyderabad, Pune, Mangalore, Udupi, Mumbai, Coimbatore, Indore, Trivandrum, the national capital, Bangalore, Chennai, Surat, Goa and Dehradun.
Fiat is ready to spread out in Indian automobile business. They will be rolling out Jeep and Abarth brand by the coming year 2013.
Under Jeep, Indian vehicle buffs will get to witness Wrangler and Grand Cherokee.
Once rolled out Wrangler will challenge BMW X1 and Audi Q3 Whilst Grand Cherokee will go up against Audi Q5, BMW X3, Mercedes ML250 as well as Volvo XC60.
The Italian car manufacturer showed their high-tech facility and car making procedure to the assembled pack of Fiat car possessors.
At the congregation, Enrico Atanasio, managing director of FGAIPL, stated,” In our humble effort to prize FIAT supporters, we have made preparations for over 600 car holders crosswise the nation to visit our high-tech Ranjangaon plant so that they can see direct the technical procedure and accuracy with which their much-loved FIAT vehicles are fabricated.”
“We are very thrilled today as this offers the company a sturdy chance for consumer connects and engagement by mingling these FIAT brand buffs into the exclusive FIAT culture,” Enrico added up.