Lamborghini is a brand always on the cusp of design and engineering innovation, requiring the very best at every stage of the sales and ownership process. As the brand evolves, H.R. Owen Lamborghini showroom sites grow with it, and now Lamborghini Manchester has been completely revitalised in-line with the latest developments in the model line-up.
On 29 September, over 200 VIP guests gathered into a newly refurbished Lamborghini Manchester showroom, complete with the latest design philosophy from Sant’Agata, where they enjoyed music, cocktails, and the best supercars that Lamborghini has to offer in a celebration of the brand’s growth in the UK. The new look state-of-the-art showroom is the result of significant investment, and spans over 4,000sq feet.
“Lamborghini is a strong and important brand within our portfolio,” said H.R Owen CEO Ken Choo. “Our investment in our Lamborghini business in Greater Manchester reflects our belief in and enthusiasm for the Lamborghini marque, which H.R Owen has represented in the UK for 23 years. We look forward to continuing our successful partnership with Lamborghini as we anticipate exciting times ahead for our clients and the brand, with upcoming new models and customer experiences delivered in Lamborghini’s inimitable style.”
A live DJ provided the soundtrack for the evening, while guests danced and enjoyed cocktails mixed specifically for the celebration by professional mixologists. Among the dealership’s guests of honour at its opening event was the new V10 Huracán Tecnica in its launch colour Verde Selvans, unveiled earlier this year, and the Huracán STO track-oriented super sports car. An Aventador Ultimae in Grigio Acheso, the last aspirated V12 model to be produced by Lamborghini, was joined outside by a Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 in Grigio Lynx, one of just four units to be delivered to UK clients.
As well as the showroom in Manchester, H.R. Owen also operates a flagship Lamborghini London site, Lamborghini Pangbourne in Berkshire and Lamborghini Hatfield in Hertfordshire.