The luxury Italian automobile manufacturer recorded the best results in his history, approaching the target of 8,000 vehicles sold each year.
In 2018, Lamborghini sold 5,750 vehicles, an increase of 51% compared to 2017. A similar result is expected this year as it will be completed with the Urus model on offer.
If sales continue to grow until the middle of next decade, Lamborghini plans a fourth model in its range along with Huracan, Aventador and SUV Urus.
Director Stefano Domenicali announced that Lamborghini is already working on a major tour with the concept of 2 +2 seats.
He stressed that the new model still needs to be counted because Lamborghini is still not strong and steady to invest in the fourth car. If production permits, then the new model is expected to increase annual sales to 10,000 vehicles, more than Ferrari sold in 2018 (9,251).
Likewise, Lamborghini plans to keep the V10 and V12 atmospheric engines on offer as long as possible but with hybrid support to meet environmental standards.
Domenicali added that Lamborghini plans to hold the Aventador model for two years, despite being introduced eight years ago, as there are currently great demands.