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Feeling bullish: Lamborghini's CEO on the marque's future plans

  "Reducing CO2 is a must, but we need to keep the DNA required to maintain supercar performance" Stephan Winkelmann has taken over Lamborghini in a state of fine fettle. We hear how he'll push on When Stephan Winkelmann returned to Sant’Agata Bolognese to begin his second stint at the helm of Lamborghini in December last year, he took over a company that, despite everything, was in rude health. Defying the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic , the Italian supercar maker achieved the second-highest annual sales figure in its 58-year history (eclipsed only by 2019) and set a company record for profitability. In the first three months of 2021, it also set a new record for quarterly sales, with 2422 cars delivered, and it already has orders to cover the next nine months of production. No wonder there’sinterest in buying Lamborghini – and why theVolkswagen Group insists it’s not for sale. And yet, since his return, Winkelmann has been plotting how to ‘reinvent’ Lamborghini. Th .. Full story on 

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