Italian auto giant Fiat and Tata Motors are under discussions for a joint marketing project to sell Ferraris and Maseratis in India
Mr Tata, who is also a Fiat director, told Italian daily La Stampa the two were studying further cooperation to add to existing projects such as a partnership to produce engines in India.
The Maserati (above) and Ferrari
“We have various projects, to take the Nano to Latin America together, to share platforms for new cars, we have projects for (Fiat lorry unit) Iveco and marketing Ferraris and Maseratis,” in India Mr Tata said. “We are talking about a lot of things.”
Both Ferrari and Maserati brands are under Fiat’s control.
Tata Motors is also present in the luxury car business, having acquired the British brands Jaguar and Land Rover for $2.3 billion from the US automaker Ford last year.