Lamborghini Starts 2024 Strong, Revuelto Sold Out for Over 2 Years

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Lamborghini Announces Strong First Quarter 2024, Revuelto Sold Out For More Than Two Years

Automobili Lamborghini has reported robust performance in the first quarter of 2024, marking a successful start to the year. With 2,630 sports cars delivered worldwide during this period, it represents the company’s best-ever quarter in terms of deliveries. This achievement builds upon the momentum of the previous year, which saw Lamborghini reaching unprecedented levels of deliveries and profitability.

Financially, the first quarter of 2024 has been promising for Lamborghini, with a turnover of €691 million and an operating profit of €187 million, resulting in a notable profitability rate of 27.0%. These figures underscore the company’s sound financial health and strategic direction.

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The geographic distribution of deliveries highlights Lamborghini’s global appeal, with Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) receiving 1,278 cars, followed by America and Asia Pacific (APAC) with 856 and 496 cars, respectively. This demonstrates the brand’s strong presence and popularity across diverse markets.

Lamborghini kicked off the second quarter of 2024 with the launch of its inaugural hybrid super SUV, the Urus SE. Looking ahead, the company is poised to unveil the hybrid successor to the Huracán in the latter half of the year, further solidifying its commitment to innovation and sustainability in the automotive industry.

Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, expressed optimism about the company’s future prospects, emphasizing their dedication to realizing positive forecasts for 2024 and sustaining the growth trajectory witnessed in the previous year. Additionally, Lamborghini’s order backlog remains robust, with models like the Revuelto sold out for more than two years, indicating strong demand and customer anticipation for upcoming releases.

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