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Lamborghini Sales Network Expands

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Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2013
Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2013

Since Lamborghini was founded in 1963, they’ve been headquartered in Sant’Agata Bolgnese, Italy. Now, 50 years later, they’ve expanded to 45 countries around the world with a total of 124 dealerships. Their presence in the high performance automotive market has been well recognized from the start, and to reach such extraordinary lengths seems unheard of for a company that began so small.

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In the past four years, Automobili Lamborghini has taken note of the well built platform beneath their feet and begun expanding with full force. They’ve decided to make a goal for themselves to have another six dealerships throughout the world open before the end of 2013, a goal that is proving to be easily accomplished given the Raging Bull’s market.

“The expansion of Lamborghini is more than exciting, keeping us on our toes in anticipation of what the uprising profits may bring.”

“Development of the sales network is one of the main strategic assets for growth of our company. Since my appointment in 2005, in the space of just nine years Lamborghini’s market presence around the world has tripled. Today we are a global company, and we are aiming to be even more so. 2014 will see us commit to cutting the ribbon on five to ten new dealerships, with the objective of expanding our presence to 50 markets around the world. At the same time we will be exploring new regions, including South America where we currently only have a presence in Brazil. Our sales network must be widened even further, ready and organized for the major new products which are coming soon,” explained Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, in an Oct. 1 press release.

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The expansion of Lamborghini is more than exciting, keeping us on our toes in anticipation of what the uprising profits may bring. Lately we’ve seen a few new models brought on by the constant success on the track, and of course the Veneno, which only saw 3 units created, all sold at an eye-popping $4,059,000 in honor of Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary. Who knows what we will see in the wake of worldwide marketing success.

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