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    Report: Turbocharged Lamborghini? Not this decade, says Winkelmann

    Fear not, Lamborghini fans. According to Stephan Winkelmann, president and CEO of the brand, the company's vehicles will remain naturally aspirated "for now." Winkelmann recently spoke with Autocar, and said that the Raging Bull will remain turbo-free for at least the remainder of the decade. ...

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    Report: Lamborghini CEO Winkelmann confirms new "everyday" model line

    The incorporation of Lamborghini into the Volkswagen Group has certainly done a lot for their drivability, but we wouldn't exactly call a Gallardo or Aventador an "everyday supercar." But according to reports quoting the company's affable chief executive, Stephen Winkelmann, Sant'Agata Bolognese ...

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    REPORT: Lamborghini sees no recovery until 2011

    Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce – Click above for high-res image gallery
    After several years of record growth, Lamborghini, like most automakers, is struggling in a tough economy. Sales are down 30% so far in 2009, and the Raging Bull even laid off factory workers for seven weeks ...

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    Lamborghini's future, encapsulated: Versions galore, except a 'Ute

    While sharing the stage with the Gallardo Superleggera, Lamborghini's CEO, Stephan Winkelmann, has outlined the future of Italy's raging bull, and for those burdened with disposable income, the future doesn't look half bad.Lamborghini projects an increase in sales of around 2,300 vehicles in 2007, ...

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    Lamborghini having bullish year

    Volkswagen subsidiary Automobili Lamborghini is carving out a bigger niche in the exotic car market now that it's under the wing of VW's Audi brand. The automaker has seen sales in the first half of 2006 jump 45 percent, from 655 to 952 units, on strong sales of its new Gallardo Spyder, expansion ...


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