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i cant believe i missed them could only get a glimse of the iveco truck my frnd says i spotted a fiat 500 not very sure on that somebody pls confirm.

later i raced of to marine drive at sea face assuming that was the route. wish had read this forum earlier smiley19.gifsmiley19.gif

also can anyboby tell what were the contents of the goody bag

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Nice pictures .

Great to know we will be getting regular updates on the forums.

Is Ferrari going to manufacture in India or just sell CBU's?

The paint job definitely does not yet Ferrari, rather it feels like Wah Taj(ewwww)

But good to see India hopefully getting more importance with high end car manufacturers.

 

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@ Morphin1

Ferrari will definitely not build the cars here, and they will be imported as CBUs from Maranello. that is the essence, the soul, of the factory.

also, we won't see ferraris officially sold here for a couple of years at least.

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Bravo is  not looking good for city commute its too wide and paying 12 lakhs for this is dumbness.

@rssh: The 500's exterior looks are customisable, even the alloy

wheels. The options are mind boggling! Just go to the Fiat website and

you will find out.

I don't think its wider than a Civic. I wish it will be sold for 12

lakhs but unfortunately its going to cost around 20 lakhs or more.

The Bravo just looks okay in that picture. I am sure its better in person.

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Apparently the Ferraris are doing well on indian roads no problems at all. The tough part is overtaking on single lane roads as they are left-hand-drive. They reach Mysore tomorrow.

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I have seen the route. It does'nt touch Central India at all.Thats purely Ferrari's discretion and domain. But let me tell you -some cities in Central India like Nagpur, are posting quite high economic growth rates. 

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