In just five years since Lamborghini began production of their “entry-level” supercar, the Huracán, number 14,022 rolls off the assembly line, marking a production milestone for the V10 Lamborghini. The Huracán’s predecessor, the Gallardo, which was launched in 2003 and produced until 2013, also produced 14,022 units, but that was done over ten years, while the Huracán did the same in just five years. The Huracán debuted in 2014 with a coupe version, followed by the Spyder and the rear-wheel-drive versions: the Performante in 2017 and the Performante Spyder in 2018. In 2019 the new Huracán EVO (coupe and Spyder) was introduced, featuring a next generation V10 engine and incorporating next-generation vehicle dynamic control and aerodynamics. The commemorative model with chassis number 14,022, a Huracán EVO coupé in Grigio Titans (grey), is destined for the Korean market. In the first six months of 2019 (from 1 January to 30 June) Automobili Lamborghini has delivered a total of 4,553 cars to clients: an increase of 96% compared to the same period last year. Of this total, the Huracán accounted for 1,211 units, while the Aventador accounted for 649 units, with the rest being the brand’s new SUV, the Urus.