German auto major BMW Motors has, in a recent show of trust in the Indian luxury market segment, announced that it will open a new sales and service centre at the cyber city of Hyderabad. This will be the 4S facility with a showroom attached with the service station. The facility is built on a sprawling 19,084 Sq.ft of land. The centre will feature service , sales, business systems and spare parts to make sure that the all the esteemed customers of BMW get a unique and best-in-class post and pre-sales service experience. The latest showroom in its ever growing list is located at the town of Khairatabad in the capital of Andhra Pradesh. The architecture of the facility is based on the Urban Street Display and RATC (Reception At The Car) concept. The architecture is a signature of all BMW layouts around the world.
With all the noises created by the Germans in the Indian auto sector, how could the land of the Samurai’s be potentially left behind? Yes, you guessed it right we are talking about the Japanese car maker and one amongst the largest manufacturers of car across the world, the formidable Nissan Motors. The Japanese auto maker Nissan Motors has in a recent announcement has revealed that it is opening 2 new exclusive- Nissan dealerships in Rajkot and Aurangabad. With the recent opening of dealership in Aurangabad as Shirin Nissan and IB Nissan in Rajkot, the Japanese car maker has solidified its presence in almost 52 percent of India. At present 13 states of India host Nissan car dealerships. In its quest to precipitate the brand diffusion of Nissan, the auto major has embarked on a rapid expansion in dealerships across the country. Both the new dealerships at Rajkot and Aurangabad will include a showroom, with additional space for servicing automobiles, in order to give a one-stop-shop for better and quick service.