The commemorative Huracan EVO coupé bearing chassis number 14,022 will soon be on its way to the Korean market.
It seems like the Urus isn't the only Lamborghini model enjoying stellar sales across the globe. In fact, Lamborghini's V10-powered Huracan may just to go down in history as one of the most successful models to roll out of Sant’Agata Bolognese. Lamborghini has revealed in an official statement that the Huracan, since its commercial debut in 2014, has sold over 14,000 units. More specifically, Huracan number 14,022 (a Huracan EVO coupé in Grigio Titans) has just rolled off the assembly line.
Well, this number is a special figure as this is the exact number of Gallardos Lamborghini produced during the car's 10-year production run (2003-2013). With this, the Huracan has surpassed the production figure of its predecessor in half the time! For those not aware, the Huracan was launched as the successor to the mighty Gallardo. While the coupé version made its debut in 2014, it was followed by the launch of the Huracan Spyder & its Rear-Wheel-Drive (RWD) versions.
Soon, the Performante (Coupé & Spyder) versions made their debut in 2017 & 2018, respectively, as the swansong to the Huracan lineup. In 2019, Lamborghini launched its next-gen successor, the Huracan EVO. Lamborghini recently launched the Huracan EVO Spyder in India, with a cool price tag of ₹ 4.1 crores (Ex-showroom).