Huracán to hit New York in a storm of luxe, Dealer news

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● Check your inbox – you wouldn’t want to miss a visit to the new invite-only Lamborghini Lounge NYC. This 5400sq ft Manhattan venue is an Italian melange of cars, dining and brand partners. “It’s a space that our friends and customers can call their own,” said Stephan Winkelmann, Lamborghini’s president and CEO. The Huracán STO will be one of the first models on display.

● In Jaguar circles, the Frankensteinish 1960 Jaguar XK150 Foxbat ‘shooting brake’, top, has cult status. This unlikely mid-1970s amalgamation of a 3.4-litre coupé and a Morris Minor is on sale for £44,995 at Justin Banks in Tunbridge Wells.

● On an estate theme, there is much excitement at Nicholas Mee in Herts over a trio of rare Aston Martin DB5 Vantages. Just 66 DB5s were of the high-performance Vantage variant, and only one was a Shooting Brake, made to accommodate Aston Martin chairman David Brown’s gun dog and polo gear. And here it is, offered along with a coupé and a convertible. “It is a once in a lifetime opportunity,” said MD Nicholas Mee. The collection price is £4m.

● Read all about it! A new three-level Harwoods Jaguar Land Rover dealer with upper floor barista bar has opened in Hollingbury, Brighton. The site was formerly the home of local rag The Argus. “We’ve commissioned a local artist to create public artwork that will feature the print presses,” said head of business Marc Sack.

● While bagging car brochures at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1975, you might have spotted a gleaming Ferrari 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer next to Niki Lauda’s F1 312T. It’s with Simon Drabble, priced £275,000.

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