Lamborghini's current line up of supercars consists of only two models: the Aventador and the Huracan. Both models are also produced at the Italian manufacturer's lone production facility in Sant'Agata Bolognese. This then limits production to a certain number of vehicles per month unlike most major manufacturers. That said, it is no surprise that Lambroghini is once again celebrating another production milestone with both of these supercars.

The brand's flagship model, the Aventardor, was introduced back in 2011 as a direct successor to the Murcielago. Since production began seven years ago, the Italian supercar maker has already produced 8,000 units of its V12-powered supercar to date. Chassis number 8,000 is an Aventador S Roadster which is painted Grigio Telesto. The 8,000th Aventador will be delivered to its owner in Japan.

Meanwhile, the Huracan – which previously hit 10,000 units just four months ago – hit yet another production milestone along side the Aventador. Lamborghini has announced that 11,000 units of the Huracan have already rolled out of the factory. For reference, the Aventador's V10-powered sibling was only introduced back in 2014 as a replacement to the then aging Gallardo. The 11,000th Huracan is finished in Blue Nethuns and is destined for the Italian market.

While these figures may seem pale for an automaker, do remember that Lamborghini only has one plant in comparison to other automakers which have multiple plants all over the world. That said, these are also not your run-of-the-mill daily drivers which can be produced in a couple of hours or so.

For the first half of 2018 alone, Lamboghini has already delivered a total of 2,327 cars all over the world. Expect that number to increase as deliveries of the Urus SUV begins as well.