Hidden deep behind the registration-required walls of Automotive News is a piece in which Lamborghini CEO, Stephan Winkelmann, says he has decided not to top last year's global sales of 1,592 cars, according to AutoWeek. The company's production capacity is currently 2,000 units/year. After years of selling only one model, the Italian exotic automaker will soon have three in its stable. Winkelmann's plan is to build up ties with the company's dealers and customers, especially in the U.S. where Lamborghini doesn't even rent office space. Two more dealerships are expected in the U.S. soon along with another 13 worldwide, which would bring the company's total to 80. Lamborghini earned a profit of $4.8 million last year, which it expects to achieve again in 2006.
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