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The clock is ticking for the Lamborghini Huracan, as the company has recently announced that the Italian supercar is sold out until the end of production. With all remaining Huracans now spoken for, the V10 supercar's demise now lays on the horizon with production coming to a close next year.


The news was broken rather nonchalantly during Lamborghini's first quarter earnings report, in which the company boasted its "best results ever" with 2,623 vehicles being delivered within the first three months of this year. Out of that number, the Urus SUV unsurprisingly accounted for 1,599 units, making it Lamborghini's best-seller by far. That's when it was announced that the Huracan is "sold out till the end of production," placing it directly behind the Urus in terms of sales. That's all Lamborghini had to say about the Huracan's dreaded demise, though we'll probably get a proper sendoff somewhat soon.




The Huracan first debuted in 2013 to replace the Gallardo, and since then it's proved to be one of the most successful cars from the brand. The most recent versions of the supercar include the track-focused STO, off-road-oriented Sterrato, and the Tecnica, which acts as a bridge between on-road comfort and hardcore performance.


We expect that Lamorghini will send off the Huracan in a similar way as it did for the Aventador, meaning some sort of final edition should be on the way. This is especially considering that the Huracan's last full production year also happens to mark exactly ten years since the supercar first went on sale.


Looking beyond the Huracan, Lamborghini is slowly working towards an electrified future with its first hybrid, the V12-powered Revuelto. The Urus will also gain a new hybrid powertain in 2024, followed by a fully electric successor by the end of the decade. Around that same time, the brand will introduce its first EV ever in the form of a grand tourer with a 2+2 seating arrangement.


Will you miss the Huracan?

Image Credits: Lamborghini
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Lamborghini Huracan Officially Sold Out, Signaling End Of Production In 2024

It's too late to jump for the V10 supercar, as all remaining units have been spoken for.

The clock is ticking for the Lamborghini Huracan, as the company has recently announced that the Italian supercar is sold out until the end of production. With all remaining Huracans now spoken for, the V10 supercar's demise now lays on the horizon with production coming to a close next year.


The news was broken rather nonchalantly during Lamborghini's first quarter earnings report, in which the company boasted its "best results ever" with 2,623 vehicles being delivered within the first three months of this year. Out of that number, the Urus SUV unsurprisingly accounted for 1,599 units, making it Lamborghini's best-seller by far. That's when it was announced that the Huracan is "sold out till the end of production," placing it directly behind the Urus in terms of sales. That's all Lamborghini had to say about the Huracan's dreaded demise, though we'll probably get a proper sendoff somewhat soon.




The Huracan first debuted in 2013 to replace the Gallardo, and since then it's proved to be one of the most successful cars from the brand. The most recent versions of the supercar include the track-focused STO, off-road-oriented Sterrato, and the Tecnica, which acts as a bridge between on-road comfort and hardcore performance.


We expect that Lamorghini will send off the Huracan in a similar way as it did for the Aventador, meaning some sort of final edition should be on the way. This is especially considering that the Huracan's last full production year also happens to mark exactly ten years since the supercar first went on sale.


Looking beyond the Huracan, Lamborghini is slowly working towards an electrified future with its first hybrid, the V12-powered Revuelto. The Urus will also gain a new hybrid powertain in 2024, followed by a fully electric successor by the end of the decade. Around that same time, the brand will introduce its first EV ever in the form of a grand tourer with a 2+2 seating arrangement.


Will you miss the Huracan?

Image Credits: Lamborghini

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