15 lost cars have been recovered

15 lost cars have been recovered


(Motorsport-Total.com/Motor1) – What started as a possibility is now a certainty. Lamborghini will restart production of the Aventador (buy used Lamborghini Aventador cars now) to replace the 15 Ultimae models that dropped the Felicity Ace.

Felicity Ace

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The freighter initially caught fire and then sank at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Along with it, it drowned almost 4,000 high-quality cars from the Volkswagen Group. No less than 85 Lamborghini cars were in it. Most of them were models of SUV Urus.

In a press conference with US and UK journalists, CEO Stephan Winkelmann confirmed that the V12 super sports car will return to production. The head of the company admitted that it will be “difficult” unfortunately Aventador Ultimate to replace those that were supposed to be shipped to buyers in the United States.

The outcome of the successor to the Aventador is still unclear

The remaining 70 cars are of models that are currently in production, so the Sant’Agata Bolognese company will not have a big problem in fulfilling these orders. Of course, customers now have to wait longer for their decorations.

It is currently unclear whether the resumption of Aventador production will mean that the debut of the long-awaited successor will be postponed. Recently we could see in the pictures of Erlkönigthat the new V12 hybrid machine should come with an attractive design and replacement.

Outside the Lambo world, Bentley CEO Adrian Hallmark explained car news that the British luxury brand has found a “solution” to replace more than 50 percent of the 189 vehicles on the Felicity Ace. The other half will be replaced by the end of 2022.

Regarding Audi, CEO Markus Duesmann also said that all damaged vehicles will be replaced. The Four Rings will need to build an additional 1,800 cars to cover the unexpected loss caused by the fire incident on February 16. The ship sank about two weeks later while being towed back to port.

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Felicity Ace also had various models from Volkswagen and Porsche on the board. Their total value is estimated at around 360 million euros. The valuable cargo was supposed to be transported from Emden to Davisville, Rhode Island, USA, where it did not arrive.

Source: Automotive News