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Lamborghini boasted record profits in 2020, delivering 7,430 cars globally with profits of $1.9 billion. Despite a mandatory pandemic shut down for two months, the luxury supercar brand has already reported nine months of orders booked for 2021 and a growing market share in China. Lamborghini’s sliding midpoint in the online world could be attributed to its lack of electric vehicles – something CEO Stephan Winkelmann has hinted could change in the coming months. 

However, a heavy tech focus has kept the Lamborghini name active on social media, with particular attention on the integration of Amazon’s Alexa into Lamborghini’s Huracán EVO. The partnership, initially announced in January 2020, has encouraged many a conversation about the automotive industry’s switch from physical controls to voice-activated and touch-screen-based solutions.

A Lamborghini in Kenya is not a new thing as several have been spotted in Nairobi, with a sleek green one being the most common. A new Lamborghini Murcielago costs ksh45 millions.

2022 will see the arrival of the Ferrari Purosangue – the brand’s first-ever luxury SUV in a move that came fairly unexpectedly. For the time being, 2021’s widespread media attention has focused around car enthusiasts’ eager anticipation of the first sightings of the car. Created with the intention of rivalling the Lamborghini Urus and Aston Martin DBX, the Ferrari Purosangue comes around the same time as many other supercar brands release their own variations of a family-friendly car. 

It is one of the Ferraris with the best aerodynamic performance. Only 40 units were created and each one was sold at a price of ksh270 millions.

British luxury car brand Rolls-Royce is often seen as the pinnacle of luxury. 

The Rolls-Royce Ghost was announced as Top Gear’s 2020 Luxury Car of the Year and the brand has revelled in the attention ever since. Thought to be one of the most game-changing luxury supercars released in the last 12 months, Rolls-Royce – and those with an interest in the automobile world – likely anticipated such attention due to Ghost’s understated, stylish features. Its price worth ksh150 millions.

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