The company, which sells a range of super luxury cars priced between Rs 3.15 crore and Rs 6.33 crore, is looking to beat its best-ever performance in the country recorded in 2019 when it sold a total of 52 units.
It is already witnessing over 20 per cent growth in its business in 2021 as compared to 2019.
“What we are seeing is a strong V-shaped recovery, demand rebounding back to the pre-second (Covid) wave level. We are also seeing that there is a strong confidence, which is also coming to the market driven by the strong vaccination drive,” Lamborghini India Head Sharad Agarwal said.
Stating that the company is “on track” to beat its record of 2019, he said, “When we look at the first half (H1) of this year, we are already more than 20 per cent of the target that we have set for this year.” Compared to the H1 of 2019, Agarwal said, “In the H1 of this year we are plus 20 per cent in terms of the new order intake, we are plus 20 per cent in terms of the customer delivery.”