For five years, Lamborghini built 14,022 copies of the Huracan supercarOctober 15, 2019
The Italian automaker in 5 years has produced much more units of the Huracan supercar than the same Gallardo for as many as 10 years. At the moment, the factory released the 14,022nd copy of the Huracan – this car is a more productive version of the Evo, which will then be sold in South Korea.
The “super-crossover” Lamborghini Urus is currently without a shadow of a doubt is the most popular car of the Italian brand. Thanks to this model, the company was able to almost double its sales in the first half of 2019. Another no less successful car is the Huracan supercar, the production of which over the past five years has reached the mark of 14,022 copies.
Why is this number important? Because exactly so many units of another supercar of the brand – Gallardo, were built over the entire life cycle of the model, which is 10 years, from 2003 to 2013.
In other words, Huracan only needed half the time to match its predecessor’s total output. The latter at the moment, Huracan is listed at 14,022 and is a more powerful version of the Evo. He will later be sent to a client from South Korea. Introduced at the beginning of the year, the Evo is an improved version of the regular Huracan, and by the way it already has a Spyder – a version of the car with a rising / falling roof.
Lamborghini is not going to stop the development of the Huracan model, as recent “spy” photos of a disguised prototype supercar show that there is another debut ahead. There is no official evidence that this may still be there, but some data indicate that it will be a rear-wheel drive version of the car, while others suggest that Italian engineers are preparing an even more powerful version of the Evo Performante. Be that as it may, the Lamborghini Huracan family seems to be expanding sooner or later.
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