For most manufacturers, reaching a milestone of 10,000 units produced for a certain model is no big achievement. Often, this mark is reached within the first few months of production thanks to manufacturers usually having multiple production centers globally.
That is not the case for Lamborghini however, as they only has one factory situated in the Italian town of Sant'Agata Bolognese. That said, the Italian marque has recently announced that their sole production center has already produced 10,000 units of the V10-powered Huracan since it was introduced back at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Much like the 9,000th Huracan that was produced, this 10,000th model is also a more hardcore Peformante variant. It has been finished in the same Verde Mantis color as the #11 Huracan GT3 which won the 2018 Daytona 24 hours race last January. The 10,000th Huracan will be delivered to a lucky customer in Canada.
In 2017 alone, Lamborghini produced 2,642 units of the Huracan and experienced a 12-percent increase compared to 2016. Should the strong sales continue, it might not be long until the Huracan outsells Lamborghini's currently best selling model, the Gallardo. In review, the Lamborghini produced just over 14,000 units of the Gallardo over its 10 year production.
Having only been 4 years old, don't expect a Huracan successor to be introduced anytime soon. But rather, expect more variants or special edition models of the V10-powered supercar to debut over the course of the years.