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It's full steam ahead at Carvana, founder and CEO Ernie Garcia tells Yahoo Finance.
Volkswagen <VOWG_p.DE> is drawing up plans to carve out Lamborghini and has sounded out bankers and potential investors about listing the Italian sports car maker on the stock market, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. "This is a first step which gives VW the option to list the unit further down the line," one of the sources familiar with the discussions about the future of Lamborghini told Reuters. The source said there was no formal decision to divest Lamborghini and the timetable of any deal remained unclear.
Volkswagen <VOWG_p.DE> needs to change to stay relevant in the electric and digital vehicle era and will announce "important steps" to that end before the close of the year, Chief Executive Herbert Diess said on Wednesday. "Volkswagen needs to change: From a collection of valuable brands and fascinating combustion-engine products that thrill customers with superb engineering - to a digital company that reliably operates millions of mobility devices worldwide," Diess told shareholders at the company's virtual general meeting. Senior executives told Reuters the company is reviewing what role its high-performance brands Lamborghini, Bugatti and Ducati will play as the company increasingly focuses on electric, digital and autonomous vehicles.