A non-binding offer with other conditions was introduced, according to the Autocar report, this month by a consortium consisting of Swiss Quantum Group and British investment company Centricus Asset Management.
The Lamborghini brand has been mentioned many times in the past regarding its potential sale. But Volkswagen said in December that the group had agreed to keep Lamborghini part of the group, Reuters reported. “This is not the subject of any discussions within the group.” An Audi spokesperson responded to the article “No, Lamborghini is not for sale.”
The company with the official name Automobili Lamborghini was founded in 1963 by Ferruccio Lamborghini. Audi bought the Italian carmaker in 1998 from the Indonesian company Megatech for US $ 110 million (2.3 billion CZK).
Lamborghini currently sells Huracán, Aventador and Urus models, the production of which is based on Volkswagen components. Last year, Lamborghini sales fell to 7,430 cars from 8,205 cars in 2019. Revenue amounted to 1.61 billion euros (33.5 billion CZK).
The Volkswagen Group owns 12 brands. These include passenger cars Volkswagen, Audi, Seat, Skoda, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini and Porsche, MAN and Scania trucks, as well as Volkswagen commercial vehicles and Ducati bikes.
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