Let us tell you that the company has registered record sales in the country last year. The company sold 69 units of cars in India in 2021, which was 86 percent more than the 2020 sales. With the increasing sales figures, the company is expected to make a mark in the luxury hybrid car segment as well.
Automobili Lamborghini CEO Stefan Winkelmann said the company could see a huge growth opportunity in India. He told that India’s economic development is happening fast, due to which capital is increasing in the market here. In such a situation, the demand for more advanced luxury cars is expected to increase in future.
He further pointed out that the number of young billionaires is increasing in India. Here the average age of ultra high net-worth individuals is lower than in other countries, which is a good sign for the rapid economic development of a country. He told that due to new industries and better economic policies in India, the younger generation is earning more money.
Lamborghini has already announced that it will bring its first hybrid car to the global market after 2025. After which the company will also introduce fully electric vehicles. However, it may take some more time for the company to bring its electric cars to the Indian market. Currently, the company is evaluating the Indian market for its electric cars.
Lamborghini India has completed the delivery of 400 cars in India. The company started its business in India in the year 2007 and last year the company registered the highest growth of 86 percent in the sales of its luxury cars. The company broke the maximum record of 52 units sold in 2019, registering record sales in 2021. Last year the company completed total sales of 300 units of cars in India. With this the delivery of the 100th unit of the Urus SUV has been completed.
Italian luxury car brand Lamborghini has recorded its best year of sales worldwide in 2021. The company delivered the maximum number of cars last year. The carmaker sold 8,405 cars worldwide last year, the highest in its 59-year-old history, 13 per cent more than in 2020.