Electric Vehicles

BYD India adds new Passenger Vehicle Showroom in Bengaluru

Written by AnantaSaranNayak

Warren Buffett-backed automaker BYD has set its target for the Indian market. Thus, the EV maker is aggressively expanding its presence in the country. As part of this expansion drive, BYD has announced the opening of its first passenger vehicles showroom in Bengaluru. This is the sixth BYD showroom in India.

The new showroom located in Bengaluru is the second dealership managed by PPS Motors. The first had come up last month in Vijayawada. PPS BYD will aim to provide consumers in Bengaluru to explore BYD’s high-quality services and EVs. With considerable experience in the industry, PPS BYD also has extensive reach, with its business covering neighbouring regions. Residents in Bengaluru can now get access to first-class products and sustainable automotive solutions within the city.

Dealership Details

Spreading over an area of 1600 square feet, the showroom has all the necessary equipment and features. This includes well-trained technicians, service equipment, service bays, a customer lounge, a showroom display floor as well as EV charging stations. All of these add up perfectly to offer one of the best in-store buying experiences.

Bengaluru An Important EV Market

Bengaluru region is one of the important markets for almost all automakers in the country. And the story is the same for BYD India as well. Also, Karnataka was the first state in the country to build an EV ecosystem and take the lead in electric mobility. BYD has already received an overwhelming response for the brand in Karnataka, as it has garnered 27 bookings. The demand for EVs is also going to increase in the coming years. Environment-conscious buyers aim to benefit from being able to access the best EVs in their city. Furthermore, with the competitive products of BYD and adept EV infrastructure, BYD is in an endeavour to provide the best ownership experience for owners of its EV.

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