I cannot help but notice that classic lambos leaving continental Europe in what appears to be a significant amount. There are many things that are leading to this: cost to own made prohibitive (carbon tax, mandated inspections, etc), political climate in a time of the yellow jackets painting lambo owners as elitists, environmental regulations prohibiting certain cars to drive certain days, forcing electric cars, mandating new rules leading to forced car modifications, law enforcement on speeding going amok, huge speed bumps in the middle of nowhere (France), smaller road and parking spaces (in my native town 2 buses cannot cross any longer and they expanded walkways). I used to drive an exotics in the 80s in France and these were great time but I have this perception that now having an exotic is being a black sheep unless driving in group to the "proper show places". Here in the USA, I still can go buy my bread at stop and shop with a countach and go pretty much anywhere without any worries. I'll be interested to hear some European feeback on the subject.