Fuel consumption and emission values of HURACAN PERFORMANTE - Fuel consumption combined: 16 mpg

Increase in worldwide deliveries, expansion of the site in Sant’Agata and recruiting for the Urus project


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Lamborghini recorded a further increase in worldwide sales in the first six months of 2017 with a total of 2,091 cars delivered to customers. Three years since the Huracán was introduced to the market, its commercial success is once again confirmed, with 1,400 units delivered in the first six months of 2017 (+2%). In June, the Huracán also reached the important milestone of 8,000 cars produced in just three years. From January to June 2017, deliveries to customers of the Aventador model reached 691 units (+7%). Its success is highlighted by unit number 7,000 that will be produced in the next few weeks.

Expansion of the site in Sant’Agata Bolognese
Work is proceeding apace on expansion of the production site, from 80,000 m2 to 160,000 m2, in readiness for the Urus arrival in 2018. Within the new area developed, a new office building has been inaugurated that received a record number of points in Italy (92 points) in LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certification: the highest standard in the world for energy and environmental certification in construction. This is the first office building within an Italian manufacturing site to receive this recognition, which is awarded to “green” buildings that combine innovation and sustainability.

The new structure excels in energy efficiency (class A+) and water efficiency, thanks to state-of-the-art technical solutions applied to the cladding and glazed surfaces, designed to guarantee natural light in 90% of the spaces and to limit thermal dispersion and overheating.

Recruiting for the Urus project
The production’s site’s commercial growth and expansion go hand in hand with an increased Lamborghini workforce. In June 2017 the company completed 400 permanent new hires for the Urus project. As of the end of June the company has a record 1,500 employees: a doubling of the workforce over the last ten years.

Stefano Domenicali, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Automobili Lamborghini, remarked: “The success of our products is closely linked to the investments we have been making for years in people and their professional development. Passion, talent, and skill are the particular ingredients in being able to build unique and extraordinary cars like ours.”

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