Benelli, the global leader in the Superbike segment, has announced the opening of pre-bookings for the Imperiale 400. The Retro-Classic motorcycle is a reinterpretation of the Benelli-MotoBi range produced in the 1950s.

The Imperiale 400 is a timeless beauty with a pure spirit that today finds its essence in an elegant, modern, retro motorcycle. The deliveries of the Imperiale 400 are scheduled to start from Diwali onwards, across all the exclusive Benelli showrooms in India. The customers can book the Imperiale 400 with a minimum booking amount of Rs. 4000 and the booking can be done at the nearest authorized Benelli showroom and online by logging into –

The Imperiale 400 is backed up by Best-In-Class 3 Year Unlimited Kilometre Warranty as Standard* and is offered in three colour options – Red, Black and Chrome.

About Benelli

Pure passion since 1911. Benelli is this and lots more: heritage, emotion and innovation become legendary throughout more than 100 years of ground breaking models, advanced technology, victories and world-renowned riders. In 2005, Benelli became a part of QJIAN JIANG (QJ) group, China. The production capacity reaches to 12,00,000 vehicles per year, with about 14,000 employees. Benelli as a global player has established itself across 70 countries and growing stronger.

Further strengthening Benelli Q.J’s position in the global market is Geely’s recent $166 million investment in parent company QJ, giving it 29.77% ownership of QJ’s equity. This makes Qjian Jiang, China’s second largest motosrcycle manufacturer.

About Adishwar Auto Ride India

Vikas Jhabakh, Director – Mahavir Group, spearheads Benelli’s operations in India through Adishwar Auto Ride India (AARI), a partner of Mahavir Group, one of the leading automobile dealers in the country. AARI is the exclusive partner by Benelli, to distribute Benelli’s premium product range in the country. The company has setup an assembly plant for Benelli in Hyderabad. The company manufactures and imports range of Benelli bikes from Italy & South East Asia regions.

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