In just five years of production, Lamborghini announced that the 14,022nd Huracan has rolled off the assembly line. To put things in perspective, it took Lamborghini 10 years (between 2003-2013) to sell that many Gallardos.

That’s also more than 3,000 units of the Huracan produced in just over a year as Lamborghini just announced the production of the 11,000th Huracan in August last year.

In the first six months of 2019 alone (1st January to 30th June) Automobili Lamborghini has delivered a total of 4,553 cars – an 96% increase compared to the same period last year.

The Huracan accounted for 1,211 units while the Aventador, the V12 brand icon headed by the SVJ model which set a new lap record in Nurburgring last year, maintained its high sales volume, with 649 units delivered to customers.

The commemorative model with chassis number 14,022, a Huracán EVO coupé in Grigio Titans (grey), is destined for the Korean market.

Lamborghini isn’t doing too badly either with the sale of its “passenger car”, the Urus, with reports of an increase in female buyers.

The momentum is unlikely to stall as Lamborghini recently added the new Sian to its line-up, named after a Bolognese dialect which means ‘flash or lightning‘.

The new Sian is powered by a 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12 making 819 hp and is capable of darting from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds.


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