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Lamborghini takes on more workers. Image by Lamborghini.

Lamborghini takes on more workers
Growing sales at Lamborghini and development of the Urus SUV mean the company now employs more people than ever.
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Lamborghini is enjoying the good times, reporting a record number of vehicles sold in 2015 and a growing workforce. Last year, 3,245 cars found owners and the headcount grew by 150, meaning 1,300 people are permanently employed at Sant'Agata. More staff will be taken on to develop the Urus sports SUV.

What's going on?

The Lamborghini Urus will launch in 2018 with Quality, R&D, Purchasing, Industrial and Project Management employees recruited to support the project. Five hundred people will be taken on, with 180 contracts already in place. Adding a third model line also means the factory will nearly double in size from 80,000 to 150,000 square metres.

Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, commented: "Lamborghini is experiencing strong, steady growth in sales and also in its workforce. We are getting ready for ground breaking changes with the introduction of our third model in 2018, which points to stable, sustainable growth for our company. This is why our investments in human resources are more important than ever, as we continue to focus on excellence and continuous improvements in this new phase of the company's future."

John Lambert - 29 Jan 2016

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