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Lamborghini Record Highest Global Sales In Year 2021

Italian supercar manufacturer Automobili Lamborghini has announced that it has registered its highest-ever sales in 2021. The brand is said to have recorded 8,405 units worldwide, translating to year-over-year growth of 13%.

The company also registered double-digit growth in all its major markets – 14% in America & Asia Pacific and 12% in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The USA was the carmakers top-selling market with 2,472 units, followed by China and Germany with 935 and 706 units, respectively. Lamborghini also stated that it recorded 359 units in its home market, a 3% growth compared to the previous year.

As expected, the Lamborghini Urus remained the best-selling model with 5,021 units, followed by the Huracan with 2,586 units. The outgoing V12-powered Lamborghini Aventador registered 798 units as well.

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