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Lamborghini have just broken their own record!

Currently, this is the highest amount of Lamborghinis we have ever had!

4w ago

Like most companies, Lamborghini is having to say farewell to the old V12s and V10s and have to move on due to the ICE ban in Europe edging closer and closer switching to electric has been very costly for them and other worldwide events such as COVID-19 engulfing the globe and the chip shortage haven't helped the Italian super car producers either.

Yet Lamborghini have sold the most cars ever, shattering their previous records with extremely high (for an extortionate, exclusive automaker like them) sales world wide.



The Americas is where 25% of Lamborghini's sales are from. That is an incredible amount of cars sold as that's around 2,407 units sold in the Americas alone. The Asian-Pacifica is now home to 1,873 units from Lamborghini and the Middle East are responsible for 2,622 units bought which if you total them up is 17% more than last year (2020.)

Lamborghini's best selling car by far is the Urus (which is Lamborghini's second SUV/Off roader that was put into production after the LM002) as there 4,085 units sold at the time of writing this. Lamborghini also sold 2,136 Huracans and 681 Aventadors. Speaking of the good old Aventador, you can no longer purchase a new one from the factory or from the Lamborghini dealers as they have ended production of the mighty 6.5l V12. Can we just have a minute's silence for the Lamborghini Aventador, 2011-2021. That's an incredible decade of differing trims like the Aventador LP700-4, Aventador Roadster, Aventador S, Aventador S Roadster, Aventador J, Aventador SV, Aventador SV Roadster, Aventador SVJ, Aventador SVJ Roadster, Aventador 50 years of the Miura, the Ultimae and the many many more different versions.

In September 2020, Lamborghini - in total - had shifted 10,000 Aventadors since the start of production in 2011.



Now we all know that a replacement will be coming for the Aventador. But what about the other Lamborghini models? The Huracan as been in production since early 2014 so it is inevitable that production will stop very soon, possibly next year or the year after that but it will be either hybrid or electric seeing the way Lamborghini is going.

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Comments (7)

  • yay go lamborghini 🥳

      1 month ago
  • They have moved on since 1988.


      1 month ago
  • I wish we could have more new and pure NA V12 Lamborghinis coming. I'm not entirely sure about hybrids yet. We hope for the best though!

      1 month ago
    • Unfortunately Lamborghini have said that they are no longer producing big V12s

        1 month ago