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Automobili Lamborghini delivered 8,405 cars worldwide in 2021

Written by Nayak

Automobili Lamborghini announces its sales report for the calendar year 2021. The supercar maker has sold a total of 8,405 cars for the given period. This figure marks the highest ever sales for Lamborghini. In terms of growth, the sales figure rose by 13 per cent when compared to 2020. Lamborghini witnessed double-digit growth in each of the three regions where it has its presence. These are namely, America, Asia Pacific and EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa).

In terms of individual country sales performance, the USA held the top spot with a total sales of 2,472 units. Second on the list is China, which accounted for 935 units of sales. This was followed by Germany with 706 units. Fourth and fifth on the list were the United Kingdom and Italy with 564 and 359 cars respectively.

Urus Is The Best Selling Lamborghini

Since the launch of Urus, the SUV has been in much demand. Unsurprisingly, Urus is Lamborghini’s best selling car for CY 2021. The supercar sold a total of 5,021 units in the given period. The second most favourite Lamborghini was the Huracan, with a total sales of 2,586 units. Aventador stood third in the sales list with a total of 708 units sold all across the world. 2021 was a very happening year for Lamborghini. Three new cars hit the market, starting with the Huracan STO. Then came the Aventador Ultimae, which is the final series of the Aventador model. The third and latest launch was the Countach LPI 800-4, which marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary Lamborghini Countach.

Plans For Future

Lamborghini expects the trend of high demand to continue for 2022 as well. Furthermore, to attract more customers, the carmaker will launch four new products for the current calendar year. Lamborghini did mention that it will shift its focus towards hybrid vehicles starting from 2023. The carmaker will spend close to EUR 1.5 billion over the next 4 years in order to achieve its electrification aspirations. The target is to become an EV only manufacturer by the end of 2024.

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