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Lamborghini’s global growth is still going strong. The unprecedentedly successful Fiscal Year 2019 marked a 43% increase, from 5,750 to 8,205 cars delivered to customers around the world, thus achieving sales growth for nine years in a row and setting another historic sales record.
With 2,374 units, the USA remains the largest single market, followed by Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Macao (770), the UK (658), Japan (641), Germany (562), the Middle East (387), Canada (376) and Italy (370).
The year started with the presentation of the new Huracán EVO, Lamborghini’s latest generation of the V10 with a new design for improved aerodynamics, and the first Lamborghini with predictive logic. The new Huracán EVO Spyder, providing sheer open-top emotion, and the Aventador SVJ Roadster, upholding the exceptional performance, handling and aerodynamic superiority of the SVJ with its unique roadster design were presented in March at the Geneva Motor Show. In June, Automobili Lamborghini explored new horizons with the Huracán Sterrato, with its unconventional concept. In August, Lamborghini presented the Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster, a limited edition of the iconic V12 super sports car, at Monterey Car Week in the USA. Alongside the SVJ 63 Roadster, Lamborghini paid tribute to its endurance motorsport victories with the unveiling of the Huracán EVO GT Celebration. With the Sián FKP 37 unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which will be built as a few-off in 63 units, the company delivers unique new hybrid technologies, including the world’s first application of a supercapacitor for hybridization, new materials technology, and unsurpassed Lamborghini performance. In November, Automobili Lamborghini presented its new concept car, the Lamborghini Lambo V12 Vision Gran Turismo, ahead of the 2019 World Finals of the FIA Certified Gran Turismo Championships in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Over the course of 2019, many classic Lamborghinis restored by Polo Storico won important awards at renowned Concours d’Elegance, such as Pebble Beach and Villa d’Este. In 2019, Lamborghini Polo Storico certified the original Miura P400 used in the Paramount Pictures film (1969) “The Italian Job”, which celebrated its 50th anniversary. At the Goodwood Festival of Speed the F1 Minardi Lamborghini 192L, fully restored by Polo Storico, thrilled the audience.
In January, Lamborghini Squadra Corse won the legendary 24 Hours of Daytona with the new Huracán GT3 EVO for the second year in a row, this making Automobili Lamborghini the first to complete the "36 Hours of Florida" with back-to-back victories in the 12 Hours of Sebring classic and the Daytona 24 Hours in the same year, also for the second time in a row. The culmination of a perfect racing season saw Lamborghini clinch the International GT Open championship and Blancpain GT Series “Triple Crown”.