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The real story is China has moved into 2nd place which is not good news for smaller markets because the US and China will litereally make up more than half the sales which means less allocations to go around.
 

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Allocations are going to be hard to come by too. They have enough orders for the next 12 months. Also, 4 new models this year. That’s exciting.
 

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No surprise there. Just look at how challenging it is to get an allocation at MSRP and in some cases even above MSRP. We consumers are definitely not in the drivers seat.
 

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Chinese markets buying Lambos is sweet music to my piggy bank!

eventually that market will absorb and crave old school Diablos and Murcis! With their glorious V12s, scissor doors, bat wings and classic movies and video games showing those Lambos. Blues skies abound 🤩

just gotta make sure they don’t start making knockoffs or bootleg Lambos!
 

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I do wonder how long the present market demand will last, are we taking at least another year or two? I guess to a large extent that depends on how the pandemic plays out but I suspect at least 2 more years of limited supplies and soaring/inflated pricing. 🔮 Thoughts?
 

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I do wonder how long the present market demand will last, are we taking at least another year or two? I guess to a large extent that depends on how the pandemic plays out but I suspect at least 2 more years of limited supplies and soaring/inflated pricing. 🔮 Thoughts?
I would rather answer that question in the next couple of months. There is just too much going on right now to predict anything. The economy is a wild card but inflation is real. Supply chain is still broken and covid is still alive and well. (But not for long, I hope).
 

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I would rather answer that question in the next couple of months. There is just too much going on right now to predict anything. The economy is a wild card but inflation is real. Supply chain is still broken and covid is still alive and well. (But not for long, I hope).
That may speak to the car values staying high, OTOH the world economy could tank! Though, I doubt it............did anyone say Greece?
 
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