Europe’s economy remains stalled, but that hasn’t slowed Italian supercar maker Lamborghini. Sales last year reached a record 2,197 units, up 26.4% compared with year-ago, according to WardsAuto data. Revenues jumped 46% to €469 million ($611 million), Lamborghini says. The 10-cyl. Gallardo represented slightly more than half of 2012 volume and became Lamborghini’s all-time best seller with more than 13,000 deliveries. The new Aventador LP700-4 accounted for the ...

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