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Lamborghini to Add 11 Dealerships in China

Lamborghini plans to add 11 stores in China this year for a total of 25 dealerships -- a sign of its commitment to the market despite flat sales this year.

In an interview with Automotive News Europe, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann was optimistic about Lamborghini's prospects despite flat sales in China for the year to date.

While the automaker's sales are off to a slow start in China, he said he expects double-digit sales growth in Asia this year.

Lamborghini could receive another boost in China in a few years if it decides to build the Urus SUV concept, which it unveiled last month at the Beijing auto show.

In China, industry sales of SUVs have soared as automakers introduce new models.

If Lamborghini receives approval from corporate parent Audi AG, the Urus would go on sale late in 2015. The Italian automaker believes the SUV would help it double global sales to 5,000 units a year.

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