Lamborghini unveils Huracan EVO Spyder at ₹4.1 crore

Firm not impacted by slowdown, says Agarwal

Super luxury sports car manufacturer Lamborghini has introduced Huracan EVO Spyder in India at an ex-showroom price of ₹4.1 crore. The company on Thursday also opened a new showroom in Mumbai.

This open-top car has joined its coupe counterpart Huracan EVO which was launched earlier this year.

With a dry weight of 1542 kg, it accelerates from 0 to 100 kms in 3.1 seconds and 0 to 200 kms in 9.3 seconds. Breaking from 100 km per hour to 0 is achieved in 32.2 meters.

“The Huracan has received a positive response from the India market since we announced the launch earlier this year,” said Sharad Agarwal, head, Lamborghini India.

“We have seen an increase in the number of supercar aficionados in India which reflects the demand of the Lamborghini range,” he added.

He said the company had not been impacted by the slowdown as the customers were different. The market size of this segment, with cars priced over ₹2.5 crore each, is about 300 units a year.

Last year, the company started delivering Urus, the super SUV, which has been accepted well in this market. In one year of its launch, the company has sold 50 units indicating its popularity, said Mr. Agarwal.

He said last year the company had sold 45 cars and this year, the target was to sell close to 60 cars.

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