Lamborghini sales up, Gallardo is best selling, Aventador picking up traction
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How does a company like Lamborghini report strong sales in an economy that is total kicking the luxury market’s ass. We’re not really sure but the Italian supercar maker reported double-digit increase in deliveries selling 300 more cars it did than in 2010.

Lamborghini sold more than 1,900 units in 2011 helping it achieve a 19 percent gain in revenue from $364 million to $445 million.

The company best-selling model remains the Gallardo, which has sold more than 12,000 units since its 2003 introduction. The new Lamborghini Aventador also helped give the supercar maker boost with orders backed up for 18 months.

“The Aventador has achieved both public and commercial success for its performance, high efficiency and futuristic design,” commented Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini.

The United States and China continue on as Lamborghini’s largest markets, followed by the UK, Germany, Italy and the Middle East.

2012 Geneva Motor Show

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- By: Omar Rana


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