Lam­borgh­ini marks first Hu­rac án de­liv­er­ies in Hong Kong

Revolution (Hong Kong) - - SPLIT SECONDS -

Lam­borgh­ini’s lat­est su­per­car, the Hu­racán, fi­nally made its of­fi­cial de­but in Hong Kong, with none other than Lam­borgh­ini Pres­i­dent and Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer, Stephan Winkel­mann, in attendance. As with almost all Lam­borgh­i­nis, the Hu­racán takes its name from a Span­ish fight­ing bull; the word also hap­pens be Span­ish for “hur­ri­cane.” It’s the suc­ces­sor to the very suc­cess­ful Gal­lardo, which over its pro­duc­tion saw more than 14,000 units de­liv­ered. With the Hu­racán, Lam­borgh­ini is bring­ing the di­rect shift gear­box, or DSG, for the first time to one of its cars, promis­ing a re­sponse time to match the car’s 610hp gen­er­ated by its nor­mally-as­pi­rated V10 en­gine. The early re­sponse in Hong Kong alone has been tremen­dous, with the nearly $4 mil­lion car re­ceiv­ing some 100 or­ders in the ter­ri­tory, and the first mod­els be­ing de­liv­ered al­ready.

FROM TOP Nicky and Bea at Lam­borgh­ini’s mu­seum; Se­bastien Henry, Head of South­east Asia & Pa­cific of Au­to­mo­bili Lam­borgh­ini; Al­bert Wong, Di­rec­tor of Lam­borgh­ini Hong Kong; Stephan Winkel­mann, Pres­i­dent and CEO of Au­to­mo­bili Lam­borgh­ini; Leo Wong, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor of Lam­borgh­ini Hong Kong; and An­drea Baldi, Head of Asia Pa­cific of Au­to­mo­bili Lam­borgh­ini; The first-ever Lam­borgh­ini Popup Mu­seum in Hong Kong at Sound­will Plaza II, where draw­ings of the Hu­racán were dis­played

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