The inaugural, 16,146-square-foot flagship houses fashion wares, historical exhibits and a collection called "P lunga," which is "a continuously developing integration of tire engineering and the world of sport." That go-fast transports like skateboards, skis, bikes that have been tweaked by the minds that brought us P Zero. It also has a Miura and a "robot stockroom keeper" called Robostock, and at least one of those is always a good thing.
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