The more Lamborghinis on the road, the better.
This is a significant milestone for the Italian supercar maker. In just three years, Lamborghini has managed to produce 8,000 units of the Huracan. Seen here with a team of proud Sant' Agata employees is the 8,000th model, a Huracan Spyder finished in a sinister shade of Grigio Lynx that’s destined for a customer in the UK. Just as its predecessor, the Gallardo, came in a range of flavors, in its short lifespan the Huracan is already available in a variety of guises.
From the rear-wheel drive Huracan 580-2 Coupe and Spyder to the range-topping Huracan Performante that packs a 630-hp 5.2-liter V10, there's already a range of models to suit different tastes and budgets. While just over 14,000 units of the Gallardo were built over its 10-year life cycle, it appears that the Huracan is well on its way to becoming Lamborghini’s best-selling model of all time. However, the Urus is expected to double the company’s production volume and could well eclipse the Huracan as Lambo’s most prolific model in the next few years.