VIP’s at Indira Gandhi International Airport will be driven in BMW Gran Turismos


VIP's at Indira Gandhi International Airport will be driven in BMW Gran Turismos

New Delhi, 8 March 2015: BMW is now the official choice for all VIP movements at Delhi International Airport. All dignitaries, leading businessmen and eminent personalities transiting through the VIP Lounge will now be chauffeured in BMW vehicles.

Philipp von Sahr, President, BMW Group India along with Gaurav Bhatia, Director – Bird Automotive handed over the cars to Marcel Hungerbuehler, Chief Operating Officer – Delhi International Airport and Pradeep Panicker, Chief Commercial Officer – Delhi International Airport during a private event.

Philipp von Sahr, President, BMW Group India said, “The joy of travelling for VIP guests of the Delhi International Airport will now be complete with a luxurious BMW experience. I am sure that the welcoming sight of a BMW will be a pleasant surprise for the travellers. BMW has always been the preferred choice for discerning clientele as we offer authentic premium products which are differentiated by their emotional appeal, luxurious comfort, uncompromising engineering and superior quality.”

BMW Gran Turismos will be used for transfers between private / chartered aircrafts and the VIP Lounge. With countless innovations, impressive interior and thoughtful details, the all-new BMW Gran Turismo, offers unparalleled travel comfort. It unites the best of both worlds: an embodiment of pure dynamism and a sense of spaciousness.

Headquartered in Gurgaon (National Capital Region), BMW India is a 100% subsidiary of the BMW Group. The wide range of BMW activities in India include a manufacturing plant in Chennai, a parts warehouse in Mumbai and development of a dealer organisation across major metropolitan centres of the country. The BMW Plant Chennai started operations on 29 March 2007. Till date, BMW Group has invested over 3.9 billion Indian Rupees (€ 51.8 million) in BMW Plant Chennai.

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