In the first six months of the current fiscal year 2018 (January 1 to June 30), Lamborghini reported another increase in worldwide deliveries, thus setting another record for the fourth consecutive half year. With a total of 2,327 cars delivered to customers around the world, this is an increase of 11% compared to the same period in the previous year and corresponds to the full year sales numbers of only five years ago.
The half-year growth was driven only by further increased sales of the two super sports car model lines Huracán and Aventador, since worldwide deliveries of the Super SUV Urus started only in July, as originally planned.
The sky-rocketing success of the Huracán Performante boosted global sales of the Huracán model line with the Coupé, Spyder and racecar versions, which showed an above-average increase of 15% from 1,400 to 1,604 units. The Aventador line kept the high level of the previous period with 673 units delivered.
The company expects to continue on a path of solid growth for the entire fiscal year 2018 and beyond, with the largest single market for Lamborghini once again being the US, followed by Japan, the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Italy and Greater China (Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao). The strongest region was Europe with an increase of more than 30%.
If you are going to the market to buy groceries you drive your 4 door sedan car, for anything else, Lamborghini.
This is the car to drive this year, Lambo Aventador. White is my color of preference for 2018.
REASONS WHY I CHOOSE IT:
Its lines look like the work of an obsessive engraver, deep, elegant, and clean-cut, and absolutely unmatched in the world of automotive design. The highly stretched surfaces of the bodywork are finished off with extreme care, demonstrating the skills and the expertise of Automobili Lamborghini in the use of carbon fiber materials.
TESLA (TSLA) has lost 5.83% of its shares value only today, when a year ago TSLA stocks were $ 389.61 now they e are $ 251.74.
In what we assume is a morbid April Fool’s joke, late on Sunday Elon Musk decided to have some “fun” with his 20 million Twitter followers and unknown number of investors, and after previewing earlier in the day that he will have “Important news in a few hours …”, the Tesla CEO tweeted that “Tesla Goes Bankrupt Palo Alto, California, April 1, 2018 — Despite intense efforts to raise money, including a last-ditch mass sale of Easter Eggs, we are sad to report that Tesla has gone completely and totally bankrupt. So bankrupt, you can’t believe it.
Meanwhile, assuring that today’s joke is tomorrow’s reality, on Sunday, the NTSB said it was “unhappy” that Tesla made public information about the crash of its Model X vehicle on Autopilot that killed the driver last month.
Tesla’s Autopilot semi-autonomous driver-assistance system has also come under scrutiny. The system was in use when a driver died in a crash in California on March 23. It was at least the third fatal crash to have occurred while Autopilot was deployed.
Tesla Goes Bankrupt
Palo Alto, California, April 1, 2018 — Despite intense efforts to raise money, including a last-ditch mass sale of Easter Eggs, we are sad to report that Tesla has gone completely and totally bankrupt. So bankrupt, you can’t believe it.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 1, 2018
LET’S GO TO DUBAI!
2018 World most expensive $48 million Diamond encrusted Mercedes SL600 Car and 300,000 gold shadow crystal pieces now being displayed in Dubai.
Custom cars are status symbols, and in Dubai the competition is intense. Around 2.2 million people inhabit the city, of which some 26,000 are millionaires or billionaires. This means one in every hundred people in Dubai is sitting pretty on a fortune, and, essentially, being filthy rich isn’t that big of a deal. So, the rich and infamous have to get creative with their cars, in a game of constant one-upmanship.
One of the most beautiful motor symphonies comes from a Lamborghini engine. Lamborghini opened in Dubai its worldwide largest Showroom: with a total surface of 1.800 square meters over 3 floors the location reflects the need for increased space as Lamborghini expands its model line-up and plans to double sales with the launch of its new SUV by 2018.