A new report indicates Lamborghini has reached an agreement with the Italian government to produce the Urus in Italy, if the project will be approved by the company's bosses.
Towards the end of November last year, we heard Lamborghini's CEO Stephan Winkelmann saying the Urus could be assembled outside Italian borders as the company fears there might not be enough production capacity at the Sant'Agata Bolognese factory. Earlier this month, a report stated the Italian government is offering significant incentives to convince Lamborghini keep the Urus at home, even though a production version has not been green-lighted yet.
Now, sources close to the supercar maker cited by Quattroruote are saying Italy's prime minister and the bosses at Lamborghini have reached an agreement, with an official announcement to be made very soon. The company will benefit from €80 million worth of incentives to produce the Urus in Italy, if the high-performance SUV project will be finally approved, after more than three years since the concept made its debut.