Lamborghini to splash out MOP10 mln on Macau showroom


Italian carmaker Lamborghini is set to open a new, full-service showroom in the city, as reported by the South China Morning Post.
The renowned Italian company is said to be investing MOP10 million in a 10,000 square foot showroom located on Rua dos Pescadores in the Areia Preta district, scheduled to open in October of this year.
The area in northern Macau supports several car retailers and repair service stations, with operations from other renowned international brands such as BMW (and Mini Cooper), Honda, Maserati, Suzuki and more. No signage for Lamborghini is visible on the street housing the future showroom.
In addition to sales, the new local Lamborghini outlet will offer services, spare parts, and systems.
According to Albert Wong, director of Kingsbridge Cars, which has been appointed by Lamborghini to act as its new exclusive dealership in the city, “There were over 100 Lamborghinis in Macau in 2015,” while in 2011 there were only about five models running here, SCMP quoted Wong as saying.
Lamborghini previously opened a location in Nova City in Taipa in 2011 in a partnership with Kam Bo Motors Ltd, which has since closed.
According to the media outlet, the company announced the new showroom will welcome the new SUV Urus model when it is launched in 2018.