As the country gradually opens up and embraces the ‘new normal’, Lamborghini announced the official commencement of all business operations across its dealerships and workshops in India. While business remained operational with work-from-home arrangement, the reopening of its Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru dealerships comes with stringent adherence to the Lamborghini Sicurezza guidelines as well as the policies and measures directed by the Central and State governments with respect to all customers, employees, and visitors.
“We are happy to announce the reopening of our Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru dealerships, keeping to the utmost stringent and government approved guidelines and measures. The well-being of all our employees, customers, and dealership visitors are of our highest priority and hence we have implemented health and safety benchmarks across our showrooms and workshops. We look forward to continue engaging with our customers with energy and care, providing them with an unparalleled experience across all customer touchpoints.”, said Sharad Agarwal, Head of Automobili Lamborghini India.
From a global perspective, all production activities at the Lamborghini factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy has resumed on 4 May 2020 and upon its restart, the Italian super sportscar manufacturer has showed the world its spirit of innovation, being the first automotive brand to use Augmented Reality (AR) for the virtual launch of its new model, the Huracán EVO RWD Spyder. Beyond the spirit of innovation, it is the passion that drives Lamborghini to where it is today. In appreciating the virtue of passion displayed by the frontline workers during this time, Lamborghini India released a digital film in observance of World Nurses Day to express their heartfelt gratitude for all the passion and dedication of the frontline workers, which eventually enabling businesses to reopen.