Talking with Drive at the 2018 Geneva motor show, Lamborghini administrators Maurizio Reggiani, Andrea Baldi and Federico Foscini mentioned that the company is hoping to open undiscovered potential in Australia with its very first SUV, more of a focus on motorsport and the local presentation of ultra-elite models.
The brand new Urus SUV will make its Australian debut this week as a feature of a world tour planned to rustle up interest for the company’s first high-riding hybrid.
Recognizing that numerous Australian clients want to see and touch an auto before requesting one, Baldi, the company’s head of Asia Pacific deals, says Australian reaction to the Urus has been moderate, and that neighbourhood clients may confront long waiting periods to get a hold of the make.
While the Urus is probably going to be Lamborghini’s top rated model, Baldi says Lamborghini “demand will be higher than supply,” and that “we will always make sure that this is maintained” in future.
“Obviously that’s even more true for cars like the [Aventador] SV, that was limited edition,” he continues.
“In general at Lamborghini the supply/demand balance is normal and part of the exclusivity… we will keep it exclusive always.”
Baldi said moving laws encompassing the utilization of restricted version left-hand-drive cars in Australia had Lamborghini certainly considering a case for a cutting-edge successor to rare and unique machines like the Reventon and Centenario.
Lamborghini has a background marked by making boutique models for its most loyal clients.
In comparison to V12 leaders like the Murcielago or Aventador, cars such as the preposterous Aventador J roadster really push their limits.
Reggiani, Lamborghini’s head of innovative development, said a possible successor to the $2.65m, left-hand-drive Centenario need’s to be founded on the Aventador.
While the more minimized Huracan is offered in two-wheel-drive shape, Reggiani demands that Lambo’s new venture must hold all-wheel-drive traction, as a two-wheel-drive adaptation would be hard to manage at speed.
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