Lamborghini revealed that 10 months of its production capacity has been sold out already.
Lamborghini has revealed that its sales have witnessed a strong growth this year. According to media reports, the company is said to have almost sold out its allocation for the 2021 year.
The reports suggest that to date, almost 10 months of its production capacity has been sold out. The company also stated that even with the two months of shut down, 2020 has been Lamborghini’s second-best year in terms of sales. Deliveries in Q1 2021 are also said to have surged by nearly 25%.
The easing Covid-19 pandemic along with the free-spending attitude of its customers who had been confined to their homes till now, has allowed the Italian brand to record a high number of sales. Models such as the Aventador and Urus continue to be in high demand.
Lamborghini recently also confirmed that the brand will be electrifying its product line-up in the future. The company had stated that its first series production hybrid supercar will be introduced in 2023, while its first fully electric offering will be unveiled before the end of this decade.
Ahead of its electrification plans though, Lamborghini will be introducing two new V12-powered models in its line-up. These models are expected to arrive in early or mid-2022.
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