It was a star-studded, red carpet affair at Lamborghini Manchester last Thursday, as Lamborghini Sales Area Manager for the UK & South Europe Damien Percheron and Lamborghini Aftersales Director David Martin joined H.R. Owen’s Mark Woore, Andy Axton, and Rupesh Jethwa to kick off the new Stockport Showroom.
The Guy Fawkes’ night celebration, with a Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce, Huracán LP610-4 coupe, Countach (courtesy of Ruben and Bobby Singh), Diablo, and a screaming orange Miura P400—one of two models used by actor Michael Cain during the 1968 filming of The Italian Job.
Discovered in France by Iain and Keith Ashworth, the Miura underwent scrupulous examination and authenticity checks before being confirmed as the real thing by Lamborghini’s Polo Storico heritage division. As 2016 will be the 50th Anniversary of the Miura, the finding is immensely opportune.
More than 250 guests admired the Miura, while sipping champagne, listening to skilful selections from the DJ, and wandering the greater showroom floor.
Sleek and cutting edge, the brand new facility is reflective of the high-performance sports cars it now houses—it is also reflective of HR Owen’s commitment to the future of the Lamborghini brand. The 4,000 sq ft space will house all Lamborghini Manchester sales and service operations under one new roof.
To visit the celebrated new showroom facility, or to learn more about our current stable of electrifying motor vehicles, please contact the Manchester Lamborghini team here.