Porsche India has made declaration that ‘EVM Premium Cars India Pvt. Ltd.’ has become its 8th dealer in the Indian zone. As per reports, this will be the company’s first dealership in Kerala. This nomination marks another addition to the speedily originating Porsche system, since the reintroduction of its retail processes in the country during 2012.
With the declaration of the Kochi franchise, the city will link up 7 retail entities by the company’s Indian division in different cities such as Mumbai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Bengaluru in addition to Ahmedabad.
In all of these 8 places, clients will witness the opening of top-notch company centres in the coming time, with the foremost facility proposed to open in Mumbai during the month of August this year.
On the most recent accumulation to the system, Mr. Anil Reddi, company’s director (Indian zone), stated, “Kochi is home to a sturdy entrepreneurial nature and the alertness of Porsche amongst our potential clientele is hopeful. We are delighted to declare our forthcoming attendance in this exciting market and hope for serving big automotive fans not only in Kochi, but in the complete state.”
With a modern-day plant to be situated in the flourishing automotive center of the city’s Bypass Maradu, the innovative company’s centre in Kochi is braced to initiate the luxury sports vehicle market in Kerala.
Work on the newest dealership will commence by the month of September 2013 with an opening ideated for mid next year. For the short-term, the company will be working out of a temporary plant situated at Kalamassery commencing by next month (August 2013).
Mr. Sabu Johny, MD, EVM Premium Cars India Private Limited, stated, “It is a tribute to symbolize one of the globe’s most iconic automobile brands in the state. We are happy to joing hand with the company’s Indian division, Porsche India; collectively, we aspire to offer a distinctive ownership experience, which the brand is well-known for. We expect the official launch of the brand’s presence in Kerala by next month.”