The Italian government is planning on offering incentives to Lamborghini in order to produce the upcoming Urus SUV in Italy.
The production of the Lamborghini Urus SUV was believed to take place outside the Italian auto market, in Slovakia most likely, because of the lower production costs but it seems that the Italian government feels different about the subject because it is planning on offering significant incentives to the car manufacturer in order to produce the luxury SUV at home. Lamborghini hasn’t made up its mind at this time whether to add the third model to its lineup, after the Aventador and the Huracan, but considering the fact that it will bring the brand closer to its fans, chances are the Urus will see daylight.
A decision regarding the new production version of the Urus will be made by the end of this month, apparently, and if it will be positive for assembly, the car manufacturer will start thinking about where this will be put together. If Italy will be chosen, than Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s government will be offering up to 100 million euros in tax breaks and other benefits. The offer might be even more impressive considering the fact that the Italian government has expressed its desire to keep the production of the Urus at home. We have no clue at this time what the SUV will be all about but this will be competing with similar models coming from Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
Source: Automotive News Europe