Lamborghini Reaches Sales Milestone: Which 10 Countries Drove Up Sales in 2023?

TTAC Staff
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In a significant landmark coinciding with its 60th anniversary, Automobili Lamborghini reached an extraordinary milestone in its history. The luxury car manufacturer impressively delivered over 10,000 vehicles in a single year, culminating in a total of 10,112 cars. This achievement represents a 10 percent increase over the previous year, showcasing a steady growth in demand and popularity.


Leadership's Vision and Team Effort

Stephan Winkelmann, the Chairman and CEO of Lamborghini, expressed significant pride in the company's achievement of surpassing the 10,000-car delivery milestone. He praised the accomplishment as a result of collective team effort and a testament to the company's dedication. Looking ahead, Winkelmann emphasized Lamborghini's readiness to face new challenges in 2024, demonstrating the brand's commitment to continual innovation and excellence.


Worldwide Sales Distribution

Lamborghini's 2023 sales distribution showcased a global appeal with a well-balanced spread across major regions. The EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) region led the charge with a 14 percent growth, delivering 3,987 cars. This was closely followed by the Americas with a 9 percent increase, totaling 3,465 cars, and the APAC (Asia-Pacific) region with a 4 percent increase, resulting in 2,660 cars.


Top Performing Markets

The top markets for Lamborghini sales in 2023 were:

  1. United States: 3,000 cars
  2. Germany: 961 cars
  3. Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, and Macau: 845 cars
  4. United Kingdom: 801 cars
  5. Japan: 660 cars
  6. Middle East: 496 cars
  7. South Korea: 434 cars
  8. Italy: 409 cars
  9. Canada: 357 cars
  10. Australia: 263 cars


Popular Models and Innovations

The Urus Super SUV continued to dominate with 6,087 units, while the Huracán set a new record with 3,962 deliveries. The company also delivered 63 cars equipped with the iconic V12 engine, including the last Aventadors and several limited-edition models. The year 2023 was marked by notable innovations, including the launch of the Lamborghini Revuelto, the brand's first V12 HPEV hybrid super sports car, with orders extending into late 2026. Additionally, Lamborghini introduced the Lanzador concept car, previewing an all-electric model, and debuted the Lamborghini SC63 racing car.


Marketing Success and Future Prospects

Federico Foschini, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer, regarded the year's success as indicative of Lamborghini's strong global perception and the effectiveness of its strategic approach. He also acknowledged the significant contribution of Lamborghini's network of 184 dealerships across 54 markets. Looking to 2024, the brand aims to sustain its growth trajectory, supported by new models like the Lamborghini Revuelto.

These achievements in 2023 not only showcase Lamborghini's robust strategy but also lay the groundwork for its future ambitions and continued success.

This article was co-written using AI and was then heavily edited and optimized by our editorial team.

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  • Sobhuza Trooper Subaru, they were almost there with the BRAT. --On a lighter note, where the hell is my Cooper Works Mini truck?
  • Mike Evs do suck, though. I mean, they really do.
  • Steve Biro I don’t care what brand but it needs to be a compact two-door with an ICE, traditional parallel hybrid or both. A manual transmission option would be nice but I don’t expect it - especially with a hybrid. Don’t show me an EV.
  • ToolGuy Lose a couple of cylinders, put the rest in a straight line and add a couple of turbos. Trust me.
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