While new orders are slow to come by, Lamborghini India is not witnessing any cancellations of bookings, although some customers have asked for delayed deliveries due to the health crisis. “We still have a strong order bank for Urus and also we launched the new Evo RWD in the beginning of the year. This helped us to build the order bank for the year, which will be acting as a big support in terms of getting some decent numbers this year,” said Lamborghini India Head Sharad Agarwal. It sold 52 units of its super luxury vehicles priced above Rs 2.5 crore in India last year, But feels this year’s sales will not match that figure. “This order bank will support us in (preventing) a decline, which is not as bad as the industry,” he said, adding “the good thing is whatever order bank we have we have not seen any cancellations and the customers are still committed with us.” Merc to recall over 6 lakh vehicles in China
Mercedes-Benz is set to recall over 660,000 vehicles in China later this year for a possible oil leak. A seal between a high-pressure fuel pump and a low-pressure fuel pipe could weaken over time, allowing oil to leak when the engine starts in cold weather, as per a recent notice.