Lamborghini sold a report 9233 cars all over the world in 2022, eclipsing its earlier report and displaying that demand for ultra-luxury merchandise hasn’t waned amid financial uncertainty.
The 2022 gross sales result’s about 10 per cent larger than the earlier yr. Moreover, the model is about sold out for 2023, with common wait occasions out to 18 months.
Lamborghini is a poster model not solely in fanatic’s bedrooms, but additionally the workplaces of Volkswagen Group accountants, with its margins per automotive north of $100,000 according to its financial reporting.
Broken up into three macro areas, the corporate noticed development throughout the board: up 14 per cent in Asia (2561 cars); 10 per cent in the Americas (3188); and seven per cent in Europe, Middle East and Africa (3484).
The international vendor community elevated from 173 to 180, with a presence in 53 international locations.
The US was prime canine general (2721 gross sales, up 10 per cent); adopted by Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong & Macau (1018, up 9 per cent); Germany (808, up 14 per cent ); UK (650, up 15 per cent); and Japan (546, up 22 per cent).
Automobili Lamborghini chairman and CEO Stephan Winkelmann stated the outcome “reveals that our course is sound and our selections are on the mark”.
“ …We have been capable of fastidiously and meticulously handle a rare order consumption, pursuing a transparent technique with the first goal of sustaining managed development to guard the exclusivity of our model.
“2023 goes to be a yr of challenges and modifications that we’re able to confront by at all times pushing ourselves past. We now have the chance to deal with our subsequent goals additionally because of an 18-month waiting list, which permits us to look to the long run and the upcoming targets with confidence.”
This yr will see Lamborghini launch its first hybrid automotive – a new V12-toting Aventador successor – as a part of a 1.8 billion euro (A$2.8bn) funding into electrification out to 2026.
Set to be unveiled early 2023, the brand new flagship Lamborghini V12 will use an all-new chassis, V12 engine and a hybrid system that the Italian model says has been developed fully in-house. The new mannequin already has over 3000 orders.
On a more area of interest word, manufacturing of the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato will begin in February 2023 and be restricted to simply 1499 models. Once it goes on sale it should compete in opposition to the recently-revealed Porsche 911 Dakar.
Longer-term, Lamborghini’s confirmed Urus plug-in hybrid (PHEV) arrives in 2024