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  1. True, what's the difference on the Aventador's speedo though? I know for Huracan it is around 10 mph between the speedometer and the GPS reading.
  2. Maranello's marketing board can be summed up in one word = Ooof.
  3. They have never been closer in sales than they are now. Worth noting is that Ferrari is the Disney of this story. Those 3.7 Billion are probably from everything combined, not just cars. Remember that they sell anything from Ferrari toilet seats to their own "Ferrari Disneyland" tickets. Another note should be added that Lamborghini has capped their production to 8500 cars for 2020 and onwards, while Ferrari has capped their's at 10000 cars for 2019 and onwards (they will expand to 12000 with the FSUV). The fact still stands, Lamborghini's growth has been incredible. 2 years ago Ferrari was selling the exact number of cars that Lamborghini has sold for 2019. Ferrari did that feat with 6+ platforms/models, while Lamborghini has done the same feat with 3 platforms/models.
  4. Surprised he didn't point out the exterior updates in more detail and connections the front bumper has to the R8 facelift
  5. Hope they go through with it. Maybe not in 2021, but later on. Would kill to see Lamborghini (with the all out race version of the Aventador's replacemant) compete against Aston's Valkyrie and the rest of the field.
  6. Amazing feat. The rest of the competition is spinning their heads and thinking about how this was possible. Reminds of the time the Vettes in GTLM won 1-2 side by side at the 24 Hours of Daytona.
  7. Sounds like Lamborghini will also skip Paris. VW themselves already announced they won't be attending and Lamborghini might follow.
  8. Since this is a way better spec than the last one sold it should fetch also more if everything goes well.
  9. There is no word if they will skip Geneva Motor Show in 2021 though. Last I heard (probably outdated by now) is that Lamborghini would launch the Aventador replacement at 2021 Geneva Motor Show. If that still is the case then we should see test mules rolling out this year.
  10. Now it has been confirmed by themselves. https://www.motor1.com/news/392699/lamborghini-skip-2020-geneva-show/ Also sales record at 8205 cars delivered. That's Ferrari numbers! So for this year the timeline and models look like this so far: Huracan Evo RWD Spyder When and where: Internet unveiling sometime in the summer or after the Quail? Squadra Corse Hypercar When and where: July 2020, Goodwood FoS. Huracan STO When and where: August 2020, The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering. Did I miss anything else?
  11. Nice, it's more fitting I guess. Thanks for the info.
  12. Interesting. I thought they were going to debut the Squadra Corse Hypercar at 2020 Geneva Motor Show alongside the Huracan Evo RWD Spyder.
  13. There are worse cars that have a way higher surveillance, just look at any Tesla. That kind of surveillance is extremely dangerous. Alexa is actually a harmless and welcome addition. The touchscreen in the central console of the Huracan Evo is horrible. Good luck controlling climate and etc with fingers. It simply doesn't work.
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