It has only been a week since the new supercar's debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but Lamborghini says its Aventador LP 700-4 is already sold out for the next 12 months.
Lambo says it has "an exceptional order bank" for its new 12-cylinder flagship model.
"We confirmed our long-term strategy, which calls for stable and significant investments in new products even in difficult times. We see a slow and steady recovery of the market," said Stephen Winkelmann, CEO of Lamborghini in Italy.
As great as that all sounds, bear in mind that a huge production tally at Lambo isn't quite what you'd expect to find at just about any other automaker. Lamborghini delivered only 1,302 cars last year, down from 1,515 in 2009. The U.S. remains Lambos largest market but the second may come as a surprise: China. Last year, 209 Lambos were delivered there, a 150% increase over 2009.