Lamborghini returns to Vietnam

Created 02 April 2022
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Luxury car brand Lamborghini is set to return to Vietnam in the second quarter after disappearing for over a year.

Lamborghini returns to Vietnam

The Italian company has selected S&S Automotive as its new distributor in Vietnam to replace CT Wearnes. It did not state why the partnership with CT Wearnes ended.

S&S Automotive, which also distributes luxury brands Rolls-Royce and McLaren, said the new Lamborghini showroom is being constructed and will begin operation in the second quarter.

The showroom will be in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, where the other two brands Rolls-Royce and McLaren are available.

S&S Automotive has also put into operation a new maintenance facility in Tan Binh District for both Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce cars.

Lamborghini was considered the first luxury car brand to enter Vietnam when it launched a showroom in Hanoi, which was open until 2018.

The brand then opened a new showroom in District 7, HCMC, by the end of 2020 via CT Wearnes.

As most car import activities shut down early last year, CT Wearnes showrooms in District 7 stopped displaying cars of French brand Renault and Lamborghini.

 

Source: VNE

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