Ferrari has announced the opening of Stratstone Manchester's new showroom in Wilmslow. Stratstone Manchester is the north west of England's first dealership to display Ferrari's new Corporate Identity and has full sales and aftersales facilities.
The new Dealership Corporate Identity was first introduced by Ferrari in 2010 with Stratstone Manchester being the first dealership in the north west of England to represent the new CI of the brand.
Matteo Torre, Regional Manager for Ferrari North Europe, commented: "Ferrari's new brand identity is designed to provide a welcoming environment for customers, who can relax and enjoy the purchase and ownership experience. Ferrari is committed to providing the highest level of customer care and we are delighted to see the new showroom opening here in Wilmslow as I know we have many enthusiastic clients in the area whose experience with the brand will be enhanced by the new facilities we are opening here today."
A fully-detailed "Atelier" is featured in the new showroom which is modelled on the one at the factory in Maranello, where customers have the opportunity to personalise their new Ferrari.
James Brearley, Managing Director of Stratstone, commented: "We are proud to be representing Ferrari in Wilmslow and this new dealership reflects our passion and commitment to the brand and the ideals that it represents. Following ten years in the city centre of Manchester, we are excited about our new location, which sees us move closer to our client base. We look forward to welcoming Ferrari owners and potential owners to experience our new showroom for themselves."
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