Lamborghini India sells over 300 units, Urus leads sales

    The Italian brand commenced operations in India with a partner in 2006; has sold more than 100 Urus SUVs.

    Published On Sep 22, 2021 03:05:00 PM


    Italian supercar maker Lamborghini has just crossed the 300-unit sales milestone in India. The milestone was achieved in 15 years since Lamborghini first started operations in the country.

    Lamborghini India 300-unit sales milestone

    Lamborghini first entered India in 2006 in partnership with a dealer before making their official entry in the country in 2012. From 2006 until 2012, Lamborghini sold cars in very small numbers but post 2012, there was a noticeable spike in sales. Furthermore, the introduction of the Urus SUV in 2018 boosted the sales figures so much so that more than a third of Lamborghinis sold in India now are Urus SUVs. The company delivered the 100th Urus in India earlier this year. 

    Commenting on the milestone, Sharad Agarwal, head of Lamborghini India, said, “We are delighted to announce the delivery of 300 Lamborghini cars in India. This year we have seen the exciting launches of Huracán EVO RWD Spyder, Urus Pearl Capsule and Urus Graphite Capsule, as well as the Huracán STO in India. We also delivered the 100th Urus in India in the first quarter, creating a benchmark of performance for the fastest 100 deliveries in the super luxury sportscar segment. This is a significant achievement in the super luxury segment in India and we are extremely thrilled to celebrate the success with Lamborghini owners. It has been an extremely exhilarating and satisfying journey so far and we hope to celebrate many more milestones in the years to come.” 

    Lamborghini in India

    FY2021 has proven to be successful for Lamborghini India as it doubled its volumes, bucking the trend that saw every other luxury carmaker in the country lose significant sales in the face of the pandemic.

    The Italian brand recently launched two new versions of its Huracán supercar – the Evo RWD Spyder at Rs 3.54 crore and the hardcore, track-focused STO at Rs 4.99 crore (ex-showroom, pan-India). The carmaker also introduced a new Graphite Capsule Edition to the Urus’ line-up recently.

    Also see:

    Southern Comfort: A Lamborghini Huracán Evo in Kozhikode

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    Lamborghini Aventador Roadster India review, test drive

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