Chinese Man Destroys Lamborghini - Unhappy with Reliability _ Service.
A Lamborghini owner in China found himself displeased with Lamborghini's "legendary" customer service on his Gallardo. So he was left with a difficult decision: Get the car's problems fixed some other way OR hire a gang of men to smash his car infront of a large crowd and a video camera.
Rich Chinese man asks his employees to destroy his new Lamborghini Gallardo.
A Chinese Lamborghini Gallardo owner decided to have his supercar destroyed
in public, to show his dissatisfaction with the car maker%u2019s services.
The businessman from Qingdao, Shandong Province, says the engine of his
luxury sports-car, a Lamborghini Gallardo L140, failed to start on November
29, 2010, just six months after he bought it. As any other car owner would
do, he contacted the Lamborghini dealer in Qingdao, and the trailer of a
maintenance service provider entrusted by the dealer was sent to carry the
car to a designated maintenance shop. When his Lamborghini was returned,
the owner noticed the engine problem still hadn%u2019t been fixed, and that
the bumper and chassis had been damaged, probably during the towing.
When the owner pointed out the problems at the maintenance shop, they
denied his claims and simply ignored his consumer rights, so the owner
tried to work things out with Mr. Stephan Winkelmann, CEO of
Lamborghini%u2019s China division, with the auto-maker%u2019s after-sales
service manager for Asia-Pacific region, and even with brand owner
Volkswagen Group, but no one took responsibility for what had happened.
Under the circumstances, the outraged car owner felt there was only one
thing he could do.
He decided to hire a group of construction workers to publicly destroy his
faulty Lamborghini Gallardo L140 on World Consumer Rights Day, to attract
attention to the consumer rights problem in China. He stated that, in
recent years, the Chinese people have been more than capable of consuming
luxury goods, but international brands seek only to exploit the Chinese
market and ignore the interests and rights of consumers. He feels that, in
his case, Lamborghini failed to bring their famous high quality service to
China, and this was the only way left he could protest.
In China, a Lamborghini Gallardo retails for between $529,000 and $757,000,
depending on specifications.
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