Auto Expo 2014: Fiat introduces three cars
Greater Noida: Fiat Group Automobiles India Wednesday unveiled three cars-- multi-purpose vehicle Avventura, hatchback Abarth 500 and new version of sedan Linea.
"The introduction of the new products in the Indian market is in line with the our long strategy, which puts us in a strong position to penetrate into the Indian market," Nagesh Basavanhalli, President and Managing Director of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (Indian operations), said while unveiling the new vehicles at the 12th Auto Expo here.
The company has made the global debut of Avventura concept in India. It also launched new version of Linea with improved features which will hit Indian roads in March this year. Besides, the company is expected to unveil another car in 2014.
The auto major declined to disclose the prince range of these vehicles.
Fiat will assemble these vehicles at its Ranjangaon facility in Pune.
The company, which at present has 90 dealership across the country exclusively for selling Fiat cars, is aiming at 100 dealership in one year.
Fiat Group Automobiles India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has 104 point of sale (POS) in over 22 states.
It sells Fiat Linea and Punto models, which are manufactured by Tata-Fiat joint venture.
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