Lamborghini sold a record number of 8,205 cars in 2019, an increase of 43 percent compared to a year earlier.

In the press release of the sales figures, the Italian sports car brand announces that it will focus on hybrid versions of its models in 2020.

This concerns the next-generation sports cars, says Lamborghini. This makes it likely that the successor to the Aventador will receive a hybrid drive line.

It was recently announced that the Urus SUV will also get a hybrid version. This will most likely be a plug-in hybrid, just like the sister models Porsche Cayenne and Bentley Bentayga. Like the aforementioned brands, Lamborghini is part of the Volkswagen Group.

The SUV went 4,962 times on license plate last year, making the Urus good for 60 percent of the sales of Lamborghini.

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