FERRARI ZOOMS INTO BRISBANE

FERRARI ZOOMS INTO BRISBANE

FERRARI Brisbane has been named as the exclusive dealer for Queensland, becoming the only official sales and service dealership in the state.

Existing customers and future Ferrari owners will be able to visit the pop-up showroom at Space Furniture in Fortitude Valley.

Dealer principal Martin Roller and business partner Marvin Burke will lead the team, combining years of experience in the luxury automotive industry.

Roller says it’s an honour to be awarded the management rights in Brisbane.

“We are passionate about luxury and performance cars, but more than that we are focussed on looking after our clients who share that passion,” he says.

“Ensuring the needs of our respected customers are met has always been our priority, and that is what has made the other prestige brands in our business so successful over the last 15 years.

“We are excited and confident that we can take the Ferrari brand to greater heights in Brisbane both to new clients purchasing, and also in looking after existing clients for all their aftermarket requirements.”

The dedicated solus showroom is still under construction but is expected to be unveiled early next year.

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