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Lamborghini | All Huracáns are sold out

Lamborghini confirmed in a brief sales release that all Lamborghini Huracáns have found buyers before the end of production scheduled for next year.

This marked the end of the Lamborghini era, while its successor has yet to be named. The entry-level model from the Italian manufacturer reached a milestone with 20,000 units sold last year since its debut in 2014. That makes it the most popular model in the manufacturer’s history, after the Urus SUV.

Powered by an attractive 5.2-liter V10 engine and available in two- and four-wheel drive variants, this mid-engine rear-engined supercar left its mark on its generation with its accessibility in terms of performance. The latest Sterrato livery, lifted and designed for less smooth tracks, also testifies to the beautiful irreverence.

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Lamborghini Huracan Sterato

At the moment, nothing has been leaked on his offspring. With V10 production likely to end, a supercharged V8 with hybrid support will likely be used. File to follow, it goes without saying.

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