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Even with Lamborghini promising to hit 10,000 builds for 2023, you can’t buy one. Nor can you for 2024, as Lambo CEO Stephan Winkelmann told Bloomberg it is sold out. And even then, Lambo buyers may have to wait even longer. So, what’s going on with your favorite, or second-favorite, Italian supercar maker?

Lamborghini had a record number of sales last year, and for the first six months of 2023, it has already sold 5,341 vehicles. If it can keep up with its orders, 2023 will be its best year ever. And this is with only two models, the Urus SUV and Huracan. It no longer sells the Aventador, ending production around this time last year. But revenue is over $1.5 billion. 

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Orange 2023 Lamborghini Revuelto on orange backdrop
2023 Lamborghini Revuelto | Lamborghini

“We are proud to once again confirm Lamborghini’s growth path,” said Paolo Poma, Lamborghini’s CFO told Reuters. “The positive trend reinforces our expectation that we will close the year with further record results in all the key financial metrics, with profitability that confirms Lamborghini’s place among the leading brands in the luxury segment.” Lambo’s only problem in achieving 10,000 is production capacity and any supply chain snafus. 

So what does this mean for new prospective buyers? Well, they’ll be waiting at least until the third quarter of next year. The 2023 and 2024 model years are a sellout. So, you can’t buy a Lamborghini until 2026, so hurry up and plunk down your deposit now.

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Green 2023 Lamborghini Urus SUV
2023 Lamborghini Urus SUV | Lamborghini

Now, if you want the new Revuelto, good luck, as the wait is even longer. That one is sold out at least through 2025. For prospective Lamborghini buyers, this is a tough next couple of years. 

But at least they didn’t revolt over the Revuelto’s plug-in hybrid system. Buyers don’t seem to mind this nod to the future. Some pundits were suggesting this might be the case. 

What’s next for Lamborghini?

Orange 2023 Lamborghini Huracan
2023 Lamborghini Huracan | Lamborghini

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Anyway, the Huracan has had a long run, having first hit customers’ driveways in 2014. But the Revuelto doesn’t replace the Huracan, instead taking the Aventador’s spot. It hung in there even longer, seeing its first sales in 2011. 

In all, Lamborghini made almost 11,500 Aventadors in its 12-year run. The Huracan has done even better, selling over 20,000 so far. The same goes for the Urus SUV, selling 5,367 last year. That’s the most Lamborghinis ever made in the shortest amount of time. 

Next up will be a PHEV version of the Urus and then a plug-in replacement for the Huracan. As we’re seeing with many supercar makers, there is no limit to their appeal and to fat wallets open to do business.