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Lamborghini set to announce Italian production for new SUV, report says

Lamborghini is set to announce Wednesday that it will build a new SUV in Italy, sources said. The carmaker has said it has the potential to sell 3,000 SUVs a year, more than doubling the size of the brand.  » READ

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