Leading premium tyre manufacturer “Continental Tires” has successfully inaugurated two new ‘Conti Premium Drive’ (CPD) stores in Mumbai. Along with featuring the brand’s premium tires with a new range of products for their customers, the stores will also offer the latest equipment and technologies in tyre-related services for wheel balancing, wheel alignment, nitrogen, among other services.
Engineered In Germany and Made in India
After recently launching 2 ‘CPD’ stores in the city of Surat, Gujarat to strengthen their western India retail presence and enable a deeper brand interaction with customers; “Continental Tires” have launched the new ‘CPD’ stores, ‘Liberty Tyres’ and ‘Pal Tyres’ located in the Thane district. These stores will offer their new range of passenger tyres, including the Generation6- CC6, UC6 and AX6, and feature products like CSC5, CCUHP and SC5 meant for SUVs and luxury vehicles having bigger wheel sizes (17 inches and above). The new ‘Generation6’ passenger tyres result from considerable advancements in tyre engineering and design. Due to being designed specifically for Indian road conditions and usage as “Continental” products are engineered in Germany and Made in India.
Continental Products For Passenger Cars
With an extensive floor size of 1000 sq feet and 900 sq feet respectively for ‘Liberty Tyres’ and ‘Pal Tyres’, the stores will have a wide range of Continental products for Passenger cars, 4x4s and SUVs to cater to the requirements of automobile enthusiasts and customers alike. This store format has allowed the company to have a significant presence and influence in the Indian market since 2014.
The new stores in the Mumbai region will help bring “Continental India” one step closer to their commitment for their “In the market, For the market” approach, as well as continue to focus on the Indian market with next-generation and innovative stores to serve their customers better. The brand also revealed that the two new stores are equipped with the latest technical know-how to target the need of the customer.