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Lamborghini Sells Over 10000 Cars In 2023

For the first time in the company’s history, luxury sports car maker Automreebok 3000 η κουρτινα κρεμεραι τι να καμω texans andre johnson jersey texans andre johnson jersey compensées noires femme converse notebook cdiscount gants echarpes collants andre johnson houston texans jersey pijamas corpo inteiro primark andre johnson houston texans jersey andre johnson jersey ram dimm ddr3 4gb costa calzature dh3188 adidas funko pop daredevil netflixobili Lamborghini sold more than 10,000 units in a calendar year in 2023. Lamborghini sold 10,112 cars, representing a 10% year-over-year (y-o-y) increase. The Italian company commemorated its 60th anniversary in 2023 as well.

The company sold 3,465 units in the Americas and 2,660 units in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, but Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region contributed the most to the volume with 3,987 units sold there. Sales in the EMEA area increased 14% year over year in 2023. Throughout the year, the volume increased by 4% in the APAC region and 9% in the Americas.

Lamborghini has already Sold all its Cars Until 2024
Lamborghini has already Sold all its Cars Until 2024
Lamborghini Car Sales In CountriesUnits Sold
United States of America3,000
South Korea434
France & Monaco255

The Huracan came in second with 3,962 units, and the Urus maintained its lead at 6,087 units in terms of model split. Additionally, 63 vehicles with V12 engines were delivered, comprising 51 few-offs and the final 12 Aventadors.

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The first V12 high-performance electrified vehicle (HPEV) hybrid super sports car, the Revuelto, was introduced by Lamborghini in 2023, and orders have already been placed for manufacturing through late 2026.

In addition, the business announced the Lamborghini SC63, a racing car in the LMDh class that will compete in the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship and the FIA World Endurance Championship in 2024. The Lamborghini Lanzador concept car was also unveiled.

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