turnover may not sound very impressive because this Italian super sports car
manufacturer is a niche player in the global automotive industry. The company
delivered 2121 cars worldwide in the whole of 2013 as compared to 2083 units
the previous year.
company announced that its profitability continued despite ongoing high
investments in R&D and factory premises. More than 20pc of the total
turnover of the company is invested in research and development. Of the 2121
cars delivered globally, it was the Aventador model which comprised the maximum
at 1001 deliveries. Thus, it was an all-time high in V12 sales. The all new
Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 receives strong market response
2013 sales figures are outperforming the market trends in the super sports car
segment. The turnover increased by 8pc from 469 million Euros to 508 million
Europs. In 2013, 1,001 units of the top model, the V12 powered Lamborghini
Aventador LP 700-4 were sold. This is a record for V12 powered Lamborghini
models and translates to a 9pc increase from 922 units sold in 2012.
its final year of production, the evergreen Lamborghini Gallardo recorded
remarkably stable deliveries of 1,120 units following 2012 when 1,161 Gallardo
were sold. With 14,022 units sold over its entire lifecycle, this makes the
Gallardo the bestselling Lamborghini of all time to date.
Picture: Aventador LP 700-4/ Courtesy Lamborghini
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