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The Lamborghini Huracán is officially sold out. The Italian supercar maker now has enough orders to fill the rest of Huracán production until its replacement, coming at the end of 2024, arrives. Production is expected to end with the off-road-focused

Sterrato, though we wouldn’t put it past Lamborghini to release one or two special-edition models to commemorate the end of the Huracán’s life cycle, as it did with the Aventador.

The news came as part of Lamborghini’s first-quarter financial report, which shows the brand’s best ever quarterly revenue and profitability numbers. Lamborghini delivered 2623 cars in the first three months of 2023, 1599 of which were Urus SUVs. The other cars were Huracán and Aventador models (while Aventador production ended in 2022, presumably some cars had yet to be delivered before year-end).

Expect Lamborghini to keep thriving. Its first production hybrid, the V-12–powered Revuelto, is already sold out for two years following a March debut. In addition to the Huracán’s hybrid successor, the company plans to hybridize the Urus in 2024, with the goal of a fully hybrid lineup by the end of next year. Its first electric car, a 2+2 grand tourer, will debut in 2028, followed by a fully electric Urus replacement in 2029.

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Road & Track staff writer with a taste for high-mileage, rusted-out projects and amateur endurance racing.

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