Lamborghini Launches a New NFT Collection
Lamborghini, in partnership with web-3 company, has released a limited issue of NFTs themed ‘World Tour’ as part of the ‘Epic Road Trip’. Token’s fundraising race started this summer.
Lamborghini, Italy’s top wealthy sport cars brand, has partnered with web-3 Pro Inc. of web3 Onslope. California-based company creates its 3rd rise with the launch of an exclusive ‘World Tour’ series of NFTs. The NFT campaign will feature 4 specifically themed NFTs for a short period.
Since the 2017 Bitcoin market has been going down, the Lamborghini has got a crypto billionaire status. In spite of the unfavorable rising marketing conditions and the bleak outlook for the global economy, the new collection of NFTs was a resounding success. The producer created a limited number of sport vehicles just for NFT lovers that last only 24 hours a day, 4 days in a row every month. They claim to be competing to buy digital collections.
NFTs launch and early access
October marks the 3rd period of Lamborghini’s eight-month time NFT sell round, with the carmaker saying the NFT are to be launched by the end of the month.
On October 24th, Lamborghini will launch another group of NFTs (‘A Ride in Times Square’). Limited edition NFTs will appear daily on October 25th and 26th, and at the height of the campaign on the 27th of October, a scarce version of the NFT Aventador will hit the turret.
The benefits for buyers
As with many of NFT selling rounds, Lamborghini has many digital collectibles, as well as electronic images, early entrée to future NFT collections, and his VIP tour of Lamborghini HQ (travel and lodging not included). I hinted at receiving exclusive benefits. The team leader of the NFT department added that clients who gather 3 basic NFT tokens will as well get an NFT item showing part of the latest NFT exclusive collection.
After they get NFT coins, uncovering a portion of the exclusive Gold Quiz Finals, they will receive 1 token. Some professionals see NFTs as little more than expensive, high-quality electronic items, but this trend continues to grow by the day.