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Lamborghini 2020 which has just completed the most prolific

What is the new 2020 Lamborghini

Some brands are not experiencing the crisis, like Lamborghini which has just completed the most prolific September in its history!

Lamborghini proudly announces it: with 738 cars sold to its customers between September 1 and September 30, the Sant'Agata Bolognese brand recorded its best September in 57 years of existence!
The Italian manufacturer has been riding a positive wave for three months now, with a total of 2,083 units sold in the third quarter of 2020.
Despite a difficult year marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, Lamborghini explains that it "seized the opportunities to reorganize and manage its activities in the context of a new 'normal'. "
Although the company was the first in the automotive sector to temporarily close its doors, a return to production after a seven-week enforced hiatus has allowed it to rethink its medium-term business strategies.

Another important step

The reopening saw the launch of three new models: the Huracan RWD Spyder, the Sián Roadster and the Essenza SCV12. In addition to having taken a new important step with the production of 10,000 Urus and Aventador models, Lamborghini is also pleased with an increased presence on social networks, as well as the launch of a cultural project to support the peninsula: “With the 'Italy, for Italy'.
“I am extremely proud of these results: they confirm the excellent work we have done over the years, maintaining our very ambitious, desirable and robust brand position in the automotive world”, said Stefano Domenicali, president and chief executive officer of .Lamborghini
“Our team overcame a time of great uncertainty with great flexibility, foresight and responsiveness,” he adds. We have experimented with new ways to connect with customers and enthusiasts, while continuing our effort to achieve new goals with an eye on the future: a hallmark of Lamborghini. "
It is also a great way for Domenicali to bow out at the helm of the manufacturer, a position he had held since 2016, before succeeding Chase Carey as CEO of Formula 1 in 2021.