The Huracan's 9,000th unit comes in less than five months after the carmaker had assembled the 8,000th example. It was a Grigio Lynx grey Huracan Spyder exported to the United Kingdom. The milestone Huracan, here in the limelight, is a Blue Nethuns finished sample that will be delivered to a customer in Dubai. On the other hand, the Aventador with chassis number 7,000 and sporting a Grigio Adamas paint job will reach the shores of the United States. This Aventador S Roadster was recently revealed in Japan celebrating the 50th anniversary.
The Italian exotics will be delivered to customers soon. Interestingly, these two car models haven't breached the landmark of the brand's most produced model in history - the Gallardo. The carmaker sold 14,000 units of this Sant'Agata Bolognese machine in a span of 10 years. The brand’s V12 flagship Aventador has been around for six years now. So, it’s all up to the Huracan now. And going by the current rate of Huracans being produced, it might just take less than two years for it to easily cross its predecessor's sales numbers.
Furthermore, going by Lamborghini's hybridisation approach, we expected some models to adopt the new technology. Conforming to this, the automaker has recently announced that the Huracan's successor will be a plug-in hybrid. There is still quite a lot of time before that happens though. Meanwhile Lamborghini is readying the Urus SUV and will unveil it globally in the coming month.