Lamborghinis, like every other carmaker, are not perfect.
The Huracan is a luxury sedan that will sell well in the US, and it’s been the subject of some of the most intense scrutiny in recent memory.
But it’s not only a luxury car that has come under scrutiny for its performance.
In the United States, there have been a number of scandals surrounding the performance of Lamborghins, including a car that broke down at the wheel.
The company that manufactures the Huracan, EDELbrock, recently agreed to a settlement with regulators that will allow the brand to get a $1 billion performance credit.
In 2018, Lamborghinais performance credit is expected to grow to $1.5 billion, the company announced, but there are many questions about how it will be used.
What happens if Lamborghines performance credit ends up paying for repairs or other business costs that the company hasn’t covered?
How much of the money will be spent on the brand’s vehicles?
And what happens if the company can’t make the payments that it says it needs?
And how will Lamborghinas performance credit be distributed?