Several premium and superbike manufacturers are entering India. Ducati was previously in India, however, due to certain altercations they packed up and left. They have now made a comeback to India in 2015 all by themselves.
Ducati India has already set up their showrooms in Mumbai, Delhi and Gurgaon. They will be following it up with exclusive dealership outlets in Bengaluru, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad and more.
The Italian superbike maker has commenced booking of their motorcycles a while ago. Now on 19th June, 2015 Ducati is set to officially commence deliveries of motorcycles to their owners.
The entire range of motorcycles will be available from Ducati's stable. One of the most affordable offerings is their Scrambler model, which will take on Triumph's Bonneville model in India.
The Italian two-wheeler manufacturer will also be offering fully-faired motorcycles, adventure bikes, street fighters and even outright fun motorcycles.
Currently, the Indian superbike market is dominated by Japanese manufacturers. DSK-Benelli has just made its entrance and MV Agusta will be coming to India soon. Ducati will be a premium motorcycle provider and will target a niche audience in the country.