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Normally, the vehicle goes through 800 to 1,000 registration checks at the Lamborghini headquarters in Italian Sant’Agata Bolognese. When a Lamborgini is resold, the press releases states. The process requires Lamborghini to collaborate with a large asset network. Such as photographers, auction houses, dealerships, repair shops, and media sources to document the full history of each vehicle. And check all the parts and service history.
In addition, the firms say that each Lamborghini vehicle will now have an unchanging service record, including significant details. Such as previous ownership and reconstruction. Since Lamborghini and its affiliate network handle all authentication processes. The press release says the new system is also designed to protect Lamborghini cars from possible counterfeiting.