Lamborghini marks first Hurac án deliveries in Hong Kong
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