If you’ve somehow been holding out on getting a Lamborghini without any of the electrification business, bad news – all of its pure internal combustion models are now already completely sold out. This was according to its CEO Stephan Winkelmann, who was quoted as saying in Germany’s WELT newspaper.
According to Winkelmann, the order books for the Lamborghini Huracan and Urus have all been completely filled out until the end of their production.
The Italian supercar maker first announced its electrification plans back in 2021. Dubbed “Direzione Cor Tauri”, the plan will see Lamborghini’s entire line-up be electrified by 2024, ahead of its first fully-electric EV model in 2030. The electrification plan will see a total investment worth over EUR1.8 billion (approx. RM9.1 billion).
Its last pure combustion car, the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato, was unveiled in December last year with a planned production limit of only 1,499 units – all of which are now already spoken for.
Lamborghini has since unveiled its first ever production plug-in hybrid model in the Revuelto earlier this year. Billed as the successor to the Aventador, the Lamborghini Revuelto is powered by a V12 engine mated to three electric motors, for a total system output of 1015 hp.
Lamborghini expects that the hybrid Revuelto model to be sold out by the end of 2025.
Following the Revuelto, Lamborghini will also be updating the Urus – which represents over 60% of all Lambos sold – some time next year with a plug-in hybrid powertrain. This will then be followed by the Huracan replacement, which will also be a plug-in hybrid of some sorts.
Off the back of its best year in sales in its history, which saw 9,233 cars delivered worldwide, Lamborghini has started its 60-year anniversary strong by selling 5,341 vehicles as of the end of June – 5% higher than the same period last year. Most of its customers are in China, the USA, and Germany, says Winkelmann.