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Lamborghini Huracan Surpassed Gallardos Sales In 5 Years







Lamborghini on Monday announced that the 14,022nd Lamborghini Huracan has rolled off its assembly line. The production milestone was achieved after just five years. It also surpassed the sales record of the model it replaced.

Its predecessor, the V-10-powered Gallardo, was produced from 2003 to 2013. During this period, 14,022 Gallardos were sold.


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The 14,022nd Huracan, an Evo coupe, with Chassis number 14,022, is finished in matte gray. The Evo is on its way to a customer in South Korea.

Huracan made its world debut with the coupe version. This is followed by the Spyder and the Performante in 2017 and Performante Spyder in 2018. The Huracan EVO was introduced in 2019.


Volkswagen-owned Lamborghini announced in July that it delivered 4,553 cars in the first half of 2019. This sales represents 96 per cent growth, compared to the same time period in 2018.

59.1 percent of the sales success was boosted by the sales of 2,693 Urus SUV. The Huracan accounted for 1,211 cars, while the Aventador accounted for 649 deliveries.

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Last week, we reported a Lamborghini  Huracan stolen in Switzerland was found in Ghana. The supercar now wears a customized Nigerian plate, Chosen1. The original number plate before it was stolen was ZG-27482.

According to Switzerland-based Luxury Rental Benelux, its friend handed the keys to a Ghanaian in front of the Hilton Airport Hotel in ZH.

“He was a guest in this hotel, so I trusted him, I did not worry about my Lambo.”

Luxury Rental is ready to pay ₦3.9m to anyone that can provide tips on how to get the Huracan back.

“10000 euro reward who can help show the car. Please Dm with Information. How you steal car with Ghana passport and send to Ghana ?? Stupid criminal!!!

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