FRANKFURT, July 30 (Reuters) - Lamborghini, a unit of Volkswagen's Audi AG, reported pretax profit almost quadrupled in the first half to 26.4 million euros ($36.1 million), already eclipsing the record 18.1 million earned in all of 2006. "The company came one step closer to its target of being the most profitable super sports car manufacturer in the world," it said in a statement on Friday, adding that last year's first-half profit totalled 6.9 million before tax. The Italian company is ...
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