The charm of Lamborghini at the Nautor’s Swan BoatshowOctober 17, 2020
The car manufacturer del Toro has enjoyed some exclusive exhibition spaces at the event dedicated to sailing which will be held until 20 October
Elegance, luxury, sportiness, performance: these are all strengths that have always distinguished Lamborghini models. All features that the car manufacturer del Toro was able to showcase at the Swan Experience, which will take place until 20 October in Marina di Scarlino in Tuscany. And it is precisely within this event that Lamborghini, taking advantage of the collaboration with the Finnish company Nautor’s Swan, leader in the construction of sailing yachts, can enjoy an exclusive dedicated space, an exclusive Private Boat Show.
There are many opportunities for fans of the Sant’Agata Bolognese brand to get closer to the world of Lamborghini. The car manufacturer del Toro has in fact decided to bring with it its most recent creations, protagonists of static exhibitions. They are joined by the Huracán and Urus models, intended for road tests. Lamborghini concludes the work with some activities that involve direct interaction with the public: a lounge area with AdPersonam Studio for customization and the possibility for guests to appreciate the performance and comfort features of the Super SUV Urus as passengers. are just some of them. The strategic intelligence of the Italian brand was to place points of contact with fans throughout the event.
“In a particular moment like this, we are pleased to be able to support a brand in which values such as style, power and exceptional performance are so close to ours – underlined Andrea Baldi, Lamborghini Director of the EMEA Region – By virtue of our product range increasingly wide, offering such a refined and demanding clientele as that of Nautor’s Swan the opportunity to try our cars and get to know the brand closely is a source of pride and we believe in mutual satisfaction “.
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