2021 Lamborghini new cars

2020 was a tough year for the raging bull, and 2021 might not be any easier.
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Lamborghini was hit hard by the pandemic in 2020, down 26.8 percent to the end of November. The Italian manufacturer sold 101 cars in the first 11 months of 2020 against 138 over the same period in 2019. Not even Urus was enough to prop up sales in Australia.

Even long-time rival Ferrari was down this year though, over the same period.

Lamborghini's struggles in 2020 indicate that even the high-end supercar market can be affected by sales slumps during a global pandemic. Expect updated versions of Urus, and Aventador over the next few years, but we know that Huracan will roll on to 2025 and Aventador won't be replaced by the next generation until 2024.

ModelWhat's new?SegmentDue
Huracan STONew variantSports carUnconfirmed