Lamborghini Posts 56% Profit Increase in 2022

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Business was booming for Lamborghini in 2022. According to their newly released financial reports, the Italian automaker reported total revenue of $2.56 billion (€2.38 billion), representing a 22% increase compared to the previous year. The operating profit for the same period saw an impressive surge of 56%, reaching $661.19 million (€614 million).

At the start of the year, Lamborghini made public that it had transferred 9,233 cars in 2022, a 10% increase in comparison to 2021. The automaker sent out 5,367 models of their Urus, 3,113 versions of the Huracan, and 753 Aventadors.

The U.S.A. was by a large margin the top consumer of Lamborghini products, registering 2,721 deliveries in 2021. Rivaling it for second place were mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau with 1,018 vehicles, while 808 models were accounted for in Germany, putting it into third place.

Lamborghini is soon to unveil their replacement for the Aventador, which goes by the codename LB744. It comes with a new 6.5-liter V12 engine that churns out 813 horsepower – and with three electric motors, it commands a final output of an incredible 1,000hp. When running merely on electric power, the motor can produce 180 hp. The base frame has also been improved, becoming 10 percent lighter yet remaining 25 percent stiffer than its progenitor. Inside the cockpit, there’s a complex, multifunctional steering wheel, that has diverse dials and buttons. Drivers may select modes such as Recharge, Hybrid, Performance, City, Strada, Sport and Corsa modes.

Winkelmann claims that the successor to the Huracan will be arrived in late 2024, affirming the presence of a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) drivetrain. There is speculation that the motor section includes a twin-turbocharged V8 able to reach 10,000 revs per minute.

Lamborghini is expected to launch its plug-in hybrid Urus in 2024. Not much has been revealed concerning this vehicle yet. Rumors point to the twin-turbocharged V8 engine being paired with electric support derived from the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid, which produces 671 horsepower at present.

In 2028, Lamborghini will launch their initial electric vehicle. Hints allude to the design possibly being a two-door, four-seater SUV. Furthermore, come 2029 a second edition of the fully electronic Urus may be included among their collection.

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