Hennessy, Gillette, Haagen-Dazs and Uniqlo are also in the top 10 of the study compiled by money.co.uk
An elaborate car-show-style launch event for the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 isn't exactly what it appears to be.
After private viewings in Hong Kong in February and an official introduction in Geneva in March, Lamborghini officially introduced the Huracán LP610-4 in Hong Kong this week. Stephan Winkelmann, president and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, unveiled the car. The brand has hosted 25,000 visitors at a popup museum it set up in Hong Kong in May. The Huracán starts at HK$4 million (US$516,000) including taxes. We can't help observing that any sold in Hong Kong will be doomed to spend most of their lives creeping along in traffic, hoping in vain for a chance to approach their top speed of more than 325 km/h.
HONG KONG - Lamborghini will showcase its heritage and a series of special-edition cars at its first pop-up museum in Asia.
ASIA-PACIFIC - SingTel's 'Hawker Heroes' challenge involving celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey attracts the most readers for the week, followed by parting thoughts from Cannes, Eva Air's glitzy (but empty) campaign and a profile of Lamborghini's Hong Kong marketing GM.
HONG KONG - Campaign recently visited the Lamborghini showroom in Wan Chai, unfortunately not for a test-drive, but to talk to Josephine Lee, the brand's marketing general manager for Hong Kong and Guangzhou.
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