LOS ANGELES, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Italian super car maker Lamborghini is on track for record sales in 2007 and sees no threat from a stronger euro or a downturn in the U.S. economy, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. Lamborghini, a unit of Volkswagen AG's Audi, expects to sell 2,400 of its hand-made vehicles in 2007, up 15 percent from 2006, the company said. The Italian car maker offered the sales projection at the Los Angeles auto show, where it showed off its $1.5 million ...
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