Lamborghini Had Its Best Year Ever. The Most Sought-After Model Was An SUV

The Automobili Lamborghini company had its best year ever in 2021, with record worldwide deliveries of 8,405 luxury cars.

A winning growth strategy made it so that sales were up by 13% compared to 2020, bringing a double-digit growth in all three of Lamborghini’s macro-markets: America (+14 %), Asia Pacific (+14%), and EMEA (+12%).

The most wanted Lamborghini luxury car was the Urus, the SUV that costs 250,000 euros. The United States and China were the biggest markets, and Germany was the best-selling European country.

Luxury Carmaker Lamborghini Had A Booming Year

The company, part of the Volkswagen group, grew thanks to the Urus Super SUV which generated 60% of total deliveries (5,021 cars). The V10-powered Huracán contributed 31% (2,586 cars) and the V12 Aventador 9% of the total (798 cars).

The all-time record came after a challenging two-year period for all industries, marking Lamborghini’s ability to thrive even during difficult times.

"This record has provided confirmation of three things for us: the solidity of our strategic plan, our brand’s outstanding international reputation, and the exceptional professionalism and hard work shown by our dealers, who have continued to invest alongside us at a challenging, uncertain time," says Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman, and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini.

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The highest sales last year were in the United States (2,472 cars), China (935), Germany (705), the UK (564), and Italy (359).

The new year - 2022 - also looks promising for the brand, with a substantial order portfolio already covering almost the entire production planned for the year.

Lamborghini has a 1.5 billion euros investment plan to electrify the range and will launch a hybrid model in 2023.

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