Lamborghini predicted to reach 10,000 sales for 2023


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  • Lamborghini’s CEO Stephen Winkelmann has estimated that the luxury carmaker could sell 10,000 cars this year.
  • The firm reported a rise in profits and revenues for the first half of the year.
  • The US and the UK are Lamborghini’s largest sales markets so far in 2023.

Lamborghini’s Chairman and CEO Stephen Winkelmann has reported a rise in profits and revenues for the first half of the year and estimated that this year could be the first in which the company sells 10,000 cars.

The US is the luxury car brand’s largest market so far in 2023, with 1,625 units sold and imported. The UK follows as Lamborghini’s second-largest sales market for the year.

Between January and June, the Italian brand, which is owned by Germany’s Volkswagen, saw a 4.9% increase in global car sales to 5,341, with 514 cars sold and imported to UK high net-worth individuals (HNWIs).

The carmaker also unveiled its first plug-in hybrid model, the Revuelto. Alongside this, the company released its 10-cylinder supercar, the Huracán, and the SUV Urus.

Wealthy UK nationals wishing to join the waiting list for a new Lamborghini model will need a safe international payments method to complete overseas transactions.

Lamborghini has stated that it will invest a minimum of £1.63bn for its transition to hybrid and electric vehicles by 2027. All brand models are expected to transition to hybrids next year, introducing a new Urus and a new sports car to replace the Huracán.

Lamborghini has announced its intentions to launch its first-ever all-electric model in 2028, three years after Ferrari’s initial launch date, and a battery-powered version of the Urus in 2029.

Winkelmann said that it is vital that the company remains environmentally conscious while still producing high-end vehicles desirable to the super-wealthy.

He also mentioned that using e-fuels could be an option for the company’s sports car models. However, according to Winkelmann, any conclusions regarding potential e-fuel-powered models for the coming years would depend on the regulations in countries worldwide, not just in Europe.

HNWIs wishing to purchase luxury cars should ensure that they use safe money transfer methods when making payments.

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