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Lamborghini posts record global sales for Q3 YTD, 2023

Lamborghini has posted a record effort for global sales and turnover across the first nine months of 2023, rounding out Q3 year-to-date (YTD) with an impressive uptick of 5.2 per cent for revenue.

The Italian marque posted 7744 new vehicle deliveries during the first three quarters of this year, which is up 4.2 per cent. That’s a new record for the company. And it’s amazing considering that figure is made up almost entirely of two nameplates; the Huracan and Urus.

Lamborghini global sales results for Q3 2023

Production of these two models will finish in the second half of 2024 as the company switches to electrified vehicles. A hybrid version of the Urus is coming soon, as seen on the Nurburgring earlier this year, while the Huracan will be replaced by an all-new generation supercar featuring hybrid technology as well.

Turnover for the company surpassed €2 billion across the nine-month period, setting an all-time record for the company. That’s up 5.2 per cent on the same period last year. Its operating result finished up at €618 million, surpassing the full fiscal year result of 2022. Lamborghini boss Stephan Winkelmann said:

“Our growth path continues, which translates once again into new records for the company and testifies to the farsightedness of our decisions and our ability to adapt to contexts. The Direzione Cor Tauri programme will continue in the coming months with an important step, represented by the first deliveries to customers of Revuelto, the first plug-in hybrid in our history.”

In terms of the most popular markets, the EMEA regions (Europe, Middle East, Africa) accounted for 3117 of that total figure, followed by America with 2728 units, and then Asia Pacific making up the remaining 1899 units.

In Australia, Lamborghini has shifted 169 vehicles in the first nine months of this year. That’s up 43.2 per cent on the same period in 2022. Specific models are not listed in VFACTS figures, but the Urus made up 57 of those, with the remaining 112 being a “coupe/convertible” of some description.

Brett Davis

Brett started out as a motor mechanic, but eventually became frustrated working on cars that weren't his. He then earned a degree in journalism and scored a job at Top Gear Australia back in 2008, and then worked at Zoom/Extreme Performance magazines, CarAdvice, and started PerformanceDrive/PDriveTV in 2011 with Josh Bennis, and ran it for 12 years. He's now the owner and managing editor here at Driving Enthusiast.

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