H.R. Owen wins best Lamborghini showroom in the world

PETALING JAYA: Lamborghini Manchester, operated by H. R. Owen plc, the luxury car dealer controlled by Berjaya Corp Bhd founder Tan Sri Vincent Tan, has been crowned Lamborghini Global Dealer of the Year at the manufacturer’s annual dealer meeting in Italy.

Based on achievements across criteria including sales targets, after sales and customer care, this accolade arrives a little over a year since the official launch of the newly refurbished Lamborghini Manchester showroom, which is part of H.R. Owen’s investment into its world-leading customer experiences.

“The showroom, also awarded best sales dealer for the Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, reflects the very latest in Lamborghini technology and design throughout its 370 sq m space displaying the Lamborghini model range,” said H.R. Owen in a statement.

Lamborghini Hatfield, another jewel in the group’s crown, was named the second-best dealer overall and third-best sales dealership in the EMEA region.

“The Hatfield showroom, opened in a new H.R. Owen Group flagship 2.06ha development earlier this year, stands as a testament to the group’s dedication to the super sports cars of Sant’Agata. The showroom boasts a 500 sq m display area, an ad personam studio for bespoke personalisation, and a state-of-the-art 870 sq m after-sales facility.”

H.R. Owen chief executive officer Ken Choo said Lamborghini was a crucial brand in the group’s portfolio of the world’s greatest luxury and performance car brands.

“In the last two years, we have opened a flagship Lamborghini showroom in Hatfield and refurbished Lamborghini Manchester, with significant investments into our sales and aftersales experiences. It is the vision of the Berjaya Group chairman and H.R. Owen owner, Vincent Tan, that we deliver only the best and these latest awards are testament to our success in achieving his goals.”

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