TURIN — Automobili Lamborghini SpA is delaying the successor to its Diablo several months to work out quality problems with some supplier parts. Instead of June or July, as previously hoped, Diablo now will break cover shortly before the September Frankfurt Motor Show, possibly at the Italian automaker's newly expanded Sant'Agata headquarters — Phase I of the company's restructure plans. The reason for the car's delay is that quality auditors are not completely happy with some of the new ...
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