Wednesday, 24 January 2024 05:35

Lamborghini celebrates a record year, Revuelto sold out until the end of 2026.

The supercar with a V12 engine helped Lamborghini achieve a record year in terms of sales.

Lamborghini unveiled the successor to the Aventador in March of last year, and the first units of the new supercar were delivered to customers at the end of last year. Equipped with a V12 engine, the Revuelto has had an excellent start, as the Italian car manufacturer has just confirmed a long waiting list for the company's flagship product.

Lamborghini has released detailed sales results for the year 2023, in which the company managed to sell more than 10,000 cars in twelve months – a new record in the manufacturer's history. While this figure alone is impressive, even more interesting is the fact that the Revuelto is already sold out until the end of 2026.

Essentially, this means that customers ordering the electrified V12 supercar today will have to wait almost three years for their vehicle.

It is important to note that Lamborghini currently only sells the base Revuelto model. "Hardcore" variants and special editions will arrive later in the model's lifecycle, but this will not happen until demand for the base version remains high.

As a reminder, Lamborghini waited seven years after the debut of the Aventador to introduce the upgraded Aventador Super Veloce Jota LP770-4, so a similar timeframe can be expected for the Revuelto SVJ.

Lamborghini expects the Revuelto to play a key role in the brand's growth in the three most important markets. The United States remains the largest individual market for Lamborghini, followed by Germany and China.

The Urus was the company's best-selling product last year, followed by the Huracan.

The last 12 Aventadors were delivered to their new owners last year, and Lamborghini has yet to announce the first production and sales numbers for the Revuelto.

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