In 2022, Lamborghini once again broke its all-time sales record, with 9,233 cars delivered in twelve months. The brand took the opportunity to confirm the arrival of two new hybrid models soon.
Lamborghini wraps up another prosperous year. In 2022, Lamborghini broke several records, both in terms of cars sold and turnover and profitability. The Italian firm also confirms full electrification of its range by the end of 2024including new Huracan and Urus plug-in hybrids.
Last year, Lamborghini delivered 9,233 cars delivered over the twelve months (+9.8% compared to 2021), achieved a turnover of 2.38 billion euros (+22%) and an operating margin of 25.9%.
Our 2022 was incredible:
– A €2.38 billion turnover (marking an increase of 22% on 2021).
– 9,233 delivered cars.
– A 25.9% operating margin (56% more than the record-breaking amount in 2021).
We even go beyond our own results.#Lamborghini
— Lamborghini (@Lamborghini) March 20, 2023
Going into a little more detail, we discover that the Urus remains the undisputed king of the range, with 5,367 deliveries worldwide (+7%), followed by the Huracan up 20% and the Aventador, which ended its career in September 2022.
The main market for Lamborghinis remains the United States, followed by China and Germany, all of which are growing.
“The growth of our company continues and, also for 2022, we can proudly confirm the achievement of very high objectives. These figures come in a very important year for the company, coinciding with our 60th anniversary and the entry into the second part of the Direzione Cor Tauri program: the most important investment plan that will guide our path of growth, further improving our financial performance, the value of our brand and our company”commented Stephan Winkelmann, the boss of the brand.
“2023 will be a year full of challenges and changes that we are ready to meet by going further. We have the opportunity to focus on our next goals thanks to an 18-month waiting list that allows us to project ourselves towards future goals with confidence and peace of mind. A moment of great value for Lamborghini which, by continuing on this path of growth, will go down in history. »
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Lamborghini also confirms its desire to electrify the entire range, starting with the V12 of the heiress of the Aventador, which will be “the first step towards the hybridization of the entire model range, which will be completed by the end of 2024”.
This is an investment of 2.5 billion euros by 2028, the largest ever made by Lamborghini, which will also include the arrival, by 2024, of of the plug-in hybrid Urus and the future Huracan at the end of 2024.
For the first 100% electric Lamborghini, it will have to wait until 2028. It will be a pure sports car and it will be followed in 2029 by a 100% electric SUV intended to replace the Urus.
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