Italian luxury sports car brand Maserati will make its debut in India next month, challenging the Lamborghinis, Bugattis, Ferraris and Porsches.
“We see a great potential for Maserati marquee as all major luxury brands are sold out in the Indian market,” Maserati spokeswomen Silvia Saporetti told. Maserati will bring every model from its stable, she added. The company is yet to announce its Indian partner, but has inked a deal with a Mumbai company to import its models from the next fiscal.
Part of the Fiat Group, the racing inspired three-spoke Maserati line-up is produced only in Modena in Italy in limited numbers and is shipped to about 57 markets.
Maserati already has a strong genre of top-end owners including Amitabh Bachchan, Vijay Mallya, Anil Ambani and Ajay Devgn in India.
It will bring all three marquees of its DNA to India. Its two-seater GranCabrio range will cost around 5 crore, Quattroporte sedan will start from 3 crore while the top-end sporty GranTurismo coupe will be around 4.75 crore.