5 Key Takeaways From Lamborghini’s Record-Breaking Year

5 Key Takeaways From Lamborghini’s Record-Breaking Year

Gerald Yuen
Gerald Yuen
21 Mar 2023

Lamborghini had yet another record-breaking year in 2022. The Sant’Agata Bolognese company demonstrated the extent of its work over the years by improving on the already outstanding figures from 2021 and reaching unprecedented milestones. Here are 5 key takeaways from a recent announcement:

9,233 Lamborghinis were delivered in 2022

Lamborghini also posted record-breaking figures in terms of turnover, which topped €2 billion for the first time ever with a 56% increase in operating income compared to 2021. In terms of deliveries, it’s a 10% increase over the previous year. Bentley sold 15,174 vehicles in 2022, which makes Lamborghini the most “exclusive” brand within the VW Group umbrella.

You’ll need to wait 18 months for a new Lambo

Chairman and CEO Stephan Winkelmann “thanked” the current 18-month waiting list, because it gives the company time to focus on next objectives. They can also “confidently contemplate our future targets.” Will wait times extend till customers get restless? Seems like Lamborghini has got timelines mapped out in their pursuit to pursue growth.

Expect to see more new Lamborghinis throughout Asia

In terms of deliveries, Asia was at the forefront with a 14% increase, followed by America with +10%. The United States remained in the top spot overall (2721 cars delivered), followed by the Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong & Macao (1018 cars delivered). 546 cars were delivered to Japan, up 22% on the previous year.

Urus SUV claimed more than half of total sales

Lamborghini’s ferocious SUV led the way with 5367 units delivered (up 7% on 2021). Next in line was the Huracán (3113 units delivered, up 20% on 2021) and the Aventador (753 units delivered), which reached the end of its production run in September 2022.

Hybridisation of entire range is in full swing

2023 will be the year of Lamborghini’s 60th anniversary. The launch of the new V12 super sports car – the first plug-in hybrid from Sant’Agata Bolognese – will be the first step towards the hybridisation of the entire model range. 2.5 billion Euros will be invested till 2028, which makes it the biggest investment ever for Automobili Lamborghini.


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