Lamborghini confirmed in a brief sales statement that all Lamborghini Huracáns have found buyers before the end of production scheduled for next year.
It marks the end of an era for Lamborghini, while its successor has yet to be named. The Italian automaker’s entry-level model reached the milestone of 20,000 units sold since its debut in 2014 last year. This makes it the most popular model in the automaker’s history, after the Urus SUV.
Powered by a charismatic 5.2L V10 and offered in various two-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive variants, this mid-rear-engine supercar will have marked its generation by its accessibility in terms of its performance. Its latest Sterrato livery, raised and designed for less smooth trails, also bears witness to a beautiful irreverence.
For the moment, nothing has leaked on his descendant. With the V10 likely to end production, a supercharged V8 should probably be employed with hybrid backing. A file to follow, it goes without saying.