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BYD India opens 3rd showroom in Bengaluru

Written by Kanad Kalasur

BYD India has unveiled its 3rd passenger showroom in Bengaluru. The showroom will be run and managed by the VST Group.

The world’s leading new energy vehicle manufacturer BYD today inaugurated its third passenger vehicle showroom in Bengaluru, Karnataka. The showroom is run and managed by VST Group.

Location of the new BYD Showroom

Named as the VST-BYD, the showroom is located at Cunningham Road in Central Bengaluru. This new showroom will allow customers to access BYD’s pure electric vehicles. The faculty will also offer high-quality services for its consumers in and around Karnataka.

The VST Group is quite well known. The company has over eight decades of experience in the automobile industry. The group is also one of the prominent private automobile businesses of South India. As such they have an extensive business reach across the state of Karnataka.

Facilities at the new VST-BYD

The showroom is spread over 2,759 sq. ft. It has been equipped in such a way so as to offer the customers the best in-store experience. The facility will also offer after sales support.

BYD’s expansion in India

BYD has set an ambitious target of opening more than 53 showrooms by the end of 2023. The company is continuing in its technological innovations and wants to offer a better life and promote sustainable development of society. BYD will also implement its “Cool the Earth by 1°C” initiative.

BYD Atto 3 : Deliveries in India

BYD India has now started off with the delivery of Atto 3. BYD delivered the first batch of over 340 BYD ATTO 3 e-SUVs in the month of January 23. These cars reached to dealers all across the country. This move marks BYD’s official entry into the Indian passenger vehicle.

Atto 3 is a global model. The company has sold over 252, 251 units of BYD ATTO 3. In fact, this figure has been achieved in just 11 months globally since its launch in various countries and regions.

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