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You can no longer order a Lamborghini Huracán, as the trademark indicates that it will be sold until the end of production

Perhaps the end of the Huracán also means the end of the V10 engine.

Lamborghini recently boasted of its financial results for the first quarter of 2023, which were more than positive. The brand has delivered a total of 2,623 vehicles to customers, the best result ever. It probably won’t surprise anyone that the best-selling site continues to be an advocate of the Urus SUV model, of which the brand has delivered 1,599 units.

In addition to positive information, there was also less pleasant information. The Huracán, which is behind the Urus in terms of sales, will not be ordered by anyone else. The model, which was introduced in 2013 and replaced the Gallardo in the range, has been sold out until the end of its planned production.

Although the automaker should already be working on a successor to the Huracán, it will likely bring a significant change. According to Auto Motor und Sport, the novelty should use a twin-turbocharged supercharged V8, possibly related to the drive unit in the Urus model, but supplemented by a plug-in hybrid.

Reportedly, the new engine is supposed to be able to rev up to 10,000 revs, and thanks to electrification, we can also look forward to lower combined emissions and pure zero-emissions driving. However, the question arises of what future awaits the V10 after the end of production for the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracán.

Recall that the Lamborghini brand is currently undergoing a major transformation, the goal of which is to electrify all models by 2024. In the second half of this decade, the presentation of the first fully electric Lamborghini is expected.

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