Lamborghini has sold 400 units in India since inception

The Italian luxury sports car manufacturer Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. recently revealed the achievement of a huge milestone. The Sant’Agata based carmaker announced that they have successfully sold more than 400 units of their incredible automobiles in India since their inception in 2007.

Lamborghini has sold 400 units in India since inception


The company also added that they delivered around 100 cars in the last six months and have witnessed an 86 percent growth in their sales tally in FY2021. To celebrate the occasion of the brand’s growth in the nation the company organized it’s third ‘Lamborghini Day’ experience for its existing and potential customers in Goa.

Sharad Agarwal, Head of Lamborghini India during the announcement of reaching this historic achievement said, “We are pleased to announce the achievement of 400 Lamborghinis in India and mark the Lamborghini Day experience with this milestone achievement along with our customers who have supported us in this journey. We will continue to offer unique platforms so that our existing and prospective customers are able to experience the values that define the Lamborghini brand in India.”

Lamborghini India accredited the super SUV Urus for the achievement of this gargantuan milestone. The company delivered its 100th unit of the Urus in March of last year and since then this number has undoubtedly risen by a lot. The brand also launched two of the Ururs’ limited iterations – the Pearl Capsule Edition and the Graphite Capsule Edition in India. The first unit of the Graphite Capsule Edition was purchased by the famous South Indian actor N. T. Rama Rao Jr.

In terms of global sales, Automobili Lamborghini delivered 5,021 Urus Super SUVs, followed by the V10-powered Huracan, which had a massive boost in sales to 2,586 vehicles thanks to the Huracan STO in 2021. Furthermore, 798 Aventadors (V12 type) were shipped worldwide last year.

Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann during a recent media interaction said, “I think in India there’s a huge opportunity for growth, because there’s a big wealth around the Indian market, and we will see how this is developing. We had one of the highest growth in terms of percentage last year, so there are opportunities also for the future.” He added, “What we can see in the Indian market is that we have more and more ultra high net-worth individuals entering the market… We already have the second generation of ultra high net-worth individuals, and their average age is younger than other countries,”

The raging bull commenced its operations in 2007 in the Indian subcontinent with a single dealer and 15 years later the brand has expanded itself with two more locations. Currently, Lamborghini has three dealerships in India – Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai.

Lamborghini will reveal two advancements for the Huracan and Urus in the coming few months and it will be bringing the age of internal combustion engines to a close and ushering in the age of hybridization. The brand will inaugurate the hybridization with the arrival of the vehicle that will replace the Aventador in 2023.