Urus and Huracan Set New Records for Lamborghini in H1-2023

Automobili Lamborghini has once again achieved record sales, turnover, and profitability in the first 6 months (H1) of 2023, owing mainly to the commercial success of the Urus and Huracan lineups prior to the market debut of the all-new Revuelto.

Global deliveries of 5,341 units, an increase of 4.9% over H1-2022, were made possible because both Urus and Huracan are sold out until the end of production, which is anticipated in the second half of 2024.

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Revenues for the company are also on the rise, climbing to €1,421 million, or 6.7% more than during the same period in 2022. Compared to the previous year, operating income increased by 7.2% to a record-high of €456 million. Consequently, the return on sales (RoS) increased and now stands at 32.1%.

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With 1,625 automobiles supplied out of 5,341, the United States continues to lead all other countries in terms of individual markets, followed by the United Kingdom (514), Germany (511), China’s mainland, Hong Kong, and Macau (450), Japan (280), and Italy (270).

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The launch of the all-new Lamborghini Revuelto, which was introduced in March and has orders for more than two years’ worth of production, as well as the introduction of the SC63, the LMDh hybrid prototype built to compete at the pinnacle of endurance racing, are among the highlights of the first half of 2023.

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