John Scotti Lamborghini’s New Dealership Opens In Kirkland

Montreal’s wealthy buyers will now have a new place to buy their Italian supercar: John Scotti Lamborghini, located in Kirkland (which may seem counterproductive, until you realize that most of their clients are located on this part of the island, according to Pasquale Scotti, General Manager of Lamborghini Montreal). Furthermore, the average income per resident is higher in this part of the island, meaning prospective buyers won’t have to drive to the other side of Montreal to buy their newest Lambo. John Scotti chose a building that was previously used as a dealership (BMW Jalbert), but still had to invest around $7 million dollars to turn it into state-of-the-art Lamborghini sales and service center.

The new dealership was recently opened, and a soirée was organized to mark the occasion. The showroom was filled with clients, partners and friends of the Scotti family. Unique cars were prominent everywhere you looked: a 400 GT, Countach, Diablo, Murcielago, Aventador, Gallardo…

The main event was the unveiling of the Lamborghini Huracan: after a few words by John Scotti himself and his son Pasquale, attendees finally got the chance to feast their eyes on the new car, which just replaced the hugely popular Gallardo. Just by listening to some of the comments people made when they saw the Huracan for the first time, there is no doubt that John Scotti Lamborghini will deliver a few of these cars shortly…

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