A report issued by Bloomberg states the Italian government is trying to convince Lamborghini to build the Urus SUV in Italy by offering significant incentives.

Lamborghini still hasn't made up its mind whether to add a third model to its lineup, but the Italian government is already taking some preventive measures to make sure the Volkswagen-owned marque will build the vehicle within the borders. If green-lighted, the car will be a production version of the Urus concept and it is believed Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's government is willing to offer up to €100 million in tax breaks as well as other benefits.

A decision regarding the model will allegedly be made towards the end of next month and if approved, Lamborghini will then start thinking about where to make it. Previous reports have indicated the Urus would be assembled in Slovakia, but that might not happen now that the Italian government has expressed its desire to keep Urus production at home. 

Gallery: Italian government offering incentives to Lamborghini to produce Urus at home

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