Italian car brand Lamborghini intends to add an SUV to its stable in 2018, creating hundreds of new jobs in Italy in the process.
“Today is a beautiful day, a day of joy . . . an important sign for our entire country: that there can be investments of quality, that it is possible to re-launch a car sector which has suffered much in recent years.”
Matteo Renzi, Italian prime minister
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