Maserati showroom opens in Budapest

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Wallis Motor Pest on Friday said it opened Hungary's first Maserati showroom and service center, in the capital. Managing director Péter Antal said annual sales of 50-70 Maseratis a year would be “realistic” in Hungary in the mid-term. The showroom is expected to draw buyers from other countries in the region as its closest peers are in Vienna and Prague, he added. At present, 1-5 Maseratis are sold in Hungary each year. Wallis Motor Pest, a member of the Hungarian-owned Wallis group, sells premium car brands. It sold 820 vehicles last year, generating revenue of HUF 7 billion.

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