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August 3, 2023

Lamborghini Is Basically Sold Out For Two Years

For the first six months of 2023, Lamborghini has once again posted record results in terms of sales, mainly thanks to the commercial success of the Urus and Huracán families pending the market debut of the Revuelto (lead photo).

The Super SUV and the V10 super sports car, which are sold out until the end of production (expected in the second half of 2024), were instrumental in achieving the global deliveries of 5,341 units, up 4.9 percent compared to H1 2022.

Still order homologation, orders of Lamborghini’s first plug-in hybrid, the Revuelto, also reached a two-year wait list. Production of the Revuelto, which required Lamborghini to re-imagine its manufacturing processes, is in full swing.

The distribution of Lamborghini cars reflected the excellent results with the three regions EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), America, and Asia Pacific taking 2,285, 1,857 and 1,199 cars respectively. In terms of individual markets, the United States stays in first place (1,625 cars delivered), followed by the United Kingdom (514), Germany (511), Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Macau (450), Japan (280), and Italy (270).

Lamborhini says it will hybridize its entire model range by next year. By 2028, it will launch its first full-electric model, a 2+2 grand tourer.


  1. Hmmnnn lambo...aha bili nlang nang jetour dashing🤣🤣🤣

  2. How come sold out? Does Lamborghini build cars on a very slow pace?

    1. high demand siguro for the Revuelto

      and they have to build this alongside the Urus and the Huracan, and the Urus being the best seller of the brand probably already commands a big chunk of the assembly line


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