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There’s a “Huracan” Coming To Your “Urus”

TTAC alum Justin Berkowitz has been checking out the trademark applications lately, and he’s uncovered what looks like a change in name for Lamborghini’s ridiculous shopping trolley for Russian May-September rent-a-rides. According to Mr. Berkowitz, Lamborghini recently registered the Spanish name “Huracan”. This is, apparently, Spanish for “hurricane”, or vice versa.
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