The US-based brand, which was acquired by Chinese technology giant Lenovo last year, sells its devices in India through e-commerce firm Flipkart.
"We are looking at setting up 5-10 experience centres across metros this year. The first of these is expected to come up in Bangalore soon. These centres, apart from offering product experience, will also double up as customer care centres," Motorola India General Manager Amit Boni said.
He, however, added that the centres would not sell any smartphones.
The company sells three handsets -- Moto E, Moto G and Moto X in the market. It had also introduced its smartwatch, Moto 360, in the country last year.
Boni also announced that the company has crossed the three million sales milestone.
"We have crossed the three million device sales milestone. The three handsets are priced differently, but the Moto E and Moto G make up a large chunk of the sales, almost 80-85 percent," he added.
Asked about the roadmap post the acquisition by Lenovo, Boni said: "The strategy is very clear. India will see both Lenovo and Motorola ... Instead of seeing us as competition to each other with a five and a three per cent share, look at us as a combined entity with 8 per cent share competing with the remaining 92 per cent of the market."