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24 September 2013

Now in Delhi: Automobili Lamborghini dealership

India's second Lamborghini dealership is now open for business at Delhi's Mathura Road

Gagan Gupta
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Dehi people, you need not look at Mumbai with envious eyes anymore. Lamborghini has finally opened its second dealership (all 4000 square feet of it) in your city. The new showroom was inaugurated at a special ceremony by Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

It's no secret that North India boasts a higher density of High Net Worth Individuals (HNI) than the rest of the country, and luxury sports car sales too are the highest in this region, so it makes perfect sense to have a showroom closer to home. The new dealership is located at Mathura Road, and it embodies all the Lambo brand attributes, along with a customer lounge and highly trained staff.

Speaking at the occasion, Winkelmann said, "Recognising the country’s potential; Lamborghini was the first super-luxury sports car brand to establish itself in India. Today, the audience here for Lamborghini is far wider than just its owners. The brand is recognised and appreciated for its benchmark performance, technology, exceptional design and Italian heritage.  India is an important market for us. Hence we are looking at expanding our network and look forward to continuing our success and commitment in India."

The new dealership offers the entire range of Lamborghini products, which consists of two model ranges - the Gallardo and the Aventador line-up. The Aventador line-up includes the Aventador Roadster LP 700 4 and Aventador LP700 4 while the Lamborghini Gallardo line-up includes the Gallardo Coupe, Gallardo Spyder, Gallardo Superleggera, Gallardo LP 560 4 and Gallardo LP 570 4 Edizione Tecnica.

The Lamborghini Gallardo is currently the most successful model in India, and the company has sold as many as 90 Lamborghinis in the country till date, a third of which were sold in the past two years.

Tags: lamborghini, gallardo, aventador



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