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Total Number of TECNICAS That Will Be Produced? Collectors Car Someday?

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So what is your opinion.......how many Tecnicas will be produced worldwide? Some say approximately 1,500 and some say roughly 1,800 will be produced. Winkelman has said that ALL Lamborghini's will have some electrification by the end of 2024.

In 2021:
  • 173 Lamborghini dealerships worldwide
  • Total sales of 8,405 cars
  • Total sales of 2,586 (Huracans) ~ 31%
  • Total sales of 798 (Aventador) ~ 9.5%
  • Total sales of 5,021 (Urus) ~ 60%
So let's say there will be ~ 1,500 units shipped. Let's also assume that ~10% will be totaled (from idiots driving 150 mph out of the showroom floor........creating some sad/great YouTube video). That would leave ~ 1,350 remaining in the world. Does it become a good collector's car? Last naturally aspirated v10, and no electrification. I know.......who cares if it's a "collectors car", but it's fun/interesting to get everyone's opinion.

Here is a really interesting article on the 2021 numbers: 2021 (Full Year) Global: Lamborghini Worldwide Sale by Model and Country - Car Sales Statistics
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I’ve owned almost all of the Huracan variants of have driven them for long periods of time and every one is completely different. With your ideology, you’re saying a R8 V10 is the same as some Huracan. That makes absolutely no sense. The R8 and Huracan are completely different cars and share some similarities. Porsche is an example of all the cars being the same with simple changing and tuned and hold value because each one is different in its own way. That is the exact same thing for the Tecnica. It’s has a number of differences than any other RWD not to mention is much longer than any Huracan Variant every built to date. This variant is far from base model (610-2) would be the base.

I’m not buying this car because of resell value as I never intend to sell it. I’m buying this car for a list of things and no one will have it and ill probably never see one on the road unless I’m at a car event. This car is futuristic all at once, fun as well as fast and sounds amazing. That to me is all I want!

Lastly, you should take a look at the title of this trend. I’m pretty sure it this is the whole purpose here. It’s to speculate on the Tecnica allocations. So with that said, I’m not the one who needs to “relax”. Just saying…..
Well put. I couldn't agree more. People here are just assuming and dont know much about cars and the new rwd system technica has. You are correct
 

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At its heart, the Tecnica is another Huracan variant with new sheet metal that, following the Sian, reveals the new corporate ‘face’ (front end) to be seen on the A and H replacements. There is nothing really mechanically different to make it truly stand out from past variants and become inherently more collectible. I think the STO could have been ‘the’ collectible Huracan if it was limited to say 1,000 units and had a thoroughly updated engine through increased displacement or other exotic internals.
The Tecnica is more like the STO than people think. The difference is the STO is stripped down to the core and the Tecnica can be driven everyday comfortably. I’ve driven both and they are very much alike except at higher speeds an the STO’s carbon wing keeps it well planted while the Tecnica wants to get wild and fun (it’s very well planted as well). I am confident that people will love the Tecnica once they realize how fun it is considering the STO is for the track mainly.

Tecnica Direct Steering like STO

Most people talking about the Tecnica not being any different more than likely have not driven the 610-2 which I owned or the 640-4 which I also owned; drove an STO and Tecnica on a race track. If you have then you will know exactly what I’m talking about. All of these cars drive and handle very different. If all you do is drive your cars on public roads then you will never experience or understand the difference and tunes of these machines.
 

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The Tecnica is more like the STO than people think. The difference is the STO is stripped down to the core and the Tecnica can be driven everyday comfortably. I’ve driven both and they are very much alike except at higher speeds an the STO’s carbon wing keeps it well planted while the Tecnica wants to get wild and fun (it’s very well planted as well). I am confident that people will love the Tecnica once they realize how fun it is considering the STO is for the track mainly.

Tecnica Direct Steering like STO

Most people talking about the Tecnica not being any different more than likely have not driven the 610-2 which I owned or the 640-4 which I also owned; drove an STO and Tecnica on a race track. If you have then you will know exactly what I’m talking about. All of these cars drive and handle very different. If all you do is drive your cars on public roads then you will never experience or understand the difference and tunes of these machines.
Everything except the doors and roof of the STO are made from carbon fibre. Not sure what the bodywork material is on the Tecnica but I’m going to assume it’s the more traditional aluminum and plastic. Perhaps I’m wrong?

The STO also uses very expensive CCM-R brakes. I believe the Tecnica uses standard ceramic brakes.

This is why I suggested that the STO would have been the appropriate base for a limited edition. They went the extra mile with the bodywork and chassis but stopped short at the powertrain (not that it isn’t a great system, but it’s mostly carry over).
 

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I’ve owned almost all of the Huracan variants of have driven them for long periods of time and every one is completely different. With your ideology, you’re saying a R8 V10 is the same as some Huracan. That makes absolutely no sense. The R8 and Huracan are completely different cars and share some similarities. Porsche is an example of all the cars being the same with simple changing and tuned and hold value because each one is different in its own way. That is the exact same thing for the Tecnica. It’s has a number of differences than any other RWD not to mention is much longer than any Huracan Variant every built to date. This variant is far from base model (610-2) would be the base.

I’m not buying this car because of resell value as I never intend to sell it. I’m buying this car for a list of things and no one will have it and ill probably never see one on the road unless I’m at a car event. This car is futuristic all at once, fun as well as fast and sounds amazing. That to me is all I want!

Lastly, you should take a look at the title of this trend. I’m pretty sure it this is the whole purpose here. It’s to speculate on the Tecnica allocations. So with that said, I’m not the one who needs to “relax”. Just saying…..
I'm talking about the various H variants. I've owned the 610, 580, Perf and STO and driving these cars daily I couldn't feel any difference except for the exhaust sound. The brakes felt the same. The handling felt the same. Acceleration felt the same. You might feel the difference between each of the variants if you're tracking and pushing the cars to the limit but how many owners actual push these cars to their limit. Not many.

And speaking of tracking, I attended a Lambo track event last year and they had the EVO AWD and RWD. I would say the majority of the owners had no idea which one they were tracking. Some even claimed the RWD had more grip than the AWD.

If you think the Tecnica is special and it's a big leap forward compared to other H variants, that's your business but nothing stands out at me when you compare the tech info on Lambos own website between the models. The 3.2 0-60 time is pitiful, it's 1.7" longer so nothing to write home about and most of the changes seem to be an update LVDI. In other words, it's the same old H and like every other variant it's got a new body kit and an ECU tune.
 

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I figured that could be a bench market for the STO. They could make more and if they did then that means the Tecnica will be made less. All I can say is that they have every interest in making as many STO’a as possible and as little Tecnica as possible. So we can assume this going into the next year and a half.
I’m getting my Tecnica from one of the best selling dealers on the West coast and they do not have 12 Tecnica allocations. Also, I checked with another dealer I’ve purchased a new Huracan from and they are Number 1 or 2 depending and they also do not have 12 Tecnica allocations. Again, I am receiving my car in January so I’m not sure why they would lie to me. The assumed numbers I got was 7 and 8 and they aren’t sure if they will get more.

Let’s assume that your information is correct and each dealer got 12 allocation out of the 128 dealers in the world. That would be 1536 Tecnica leaving only 864 cars for 23 total production numbers. Keep in mind the CEO of Lamborghini said there will not be many Tecnica and would have to fit them in. Now if Lamborghini announces that they will make more than 600 Steratto then your numbers could not be correct because that means Lamborghini would have to make more Huracans than they ever have. So only time will tell. It will be interesting considering they stop production May of 2024 for the Huracan.
same with my dealer down here….. they have about 9 so far if I’m not mistaken
 

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Everything except the doors and roof of the STO are made from carbon fibre. Not sure what the bodywork material is on the Tecnica but I’m going to assume it’s the more traditional aluminum and plastic. Perhaps I’m wrong?

The STO also uses very expensive CCM-R brakes. I believe the Tecnica uses standard ceramic brakes.

This is why I suggested that the STO would have been the appropriate base for a limited edition. They went the extra mile with the bodywork and chassis but stopped short at the powertrain (not that it isn’t a great system, but it’s mostly carry over).
Hood and deck lid and some other parts are carbon. Same engine as the STO
 

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I’m getting my Tecnica from one of the best selling dealers on the West coast and they do not have 12 Tecnica allocations. Also, I checked with another dealer I’ve purchased a new Huracan from and they are Number 1 or 2 depending and they also do not have 12 Tecnica allocations. Again, I am receiving my car in January so I’m not sure why they would lie to me. The assumed numbers I got was 7 and 8 and they aren’t sure if they will get more.

Let’s assume that your information is correct and each dealer got 12 allocation out of the 128 dealers in the world. That would be 1536 Tecnica leaving only 864 cars for 23 total production numbers. Keep in mind the CEO of Lamborghini said there will not be many Tecnica and would have to fit them in. Now if Lamborghini announces that they will make more than 600 Steratto then your numbers could not be correct because that means Lamborghini would have to make more Huracans than they ever have. So only time will tell. It will be interesting considering they stop production May of 2024 for the Huracan.
I can tell you 100% ogara Westlake got 20 allocations.
As far as collectible I don’t think any huracan will bed considered a “true” collectible but it will for sure maintain its value and appreciate over time. It is one of the last na v10 being produced.
 

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Well put. I couldn't agree more. People here are just assuming and dont know much about cars and the new rwd system technica has. You are correct
Everything except the doors and roof of the STO are made from carbon fibre. Not sure what the bodywork material is on the Tecnica but I’m going to assume it’s the more traditional aluminum and plastic. Perhaps I’m wrong?

The STO also uses very expensive CCM-R brakes. I believe the Tecnica uses standard ceramic brakes.

This is why I suggested that the STO would have been the appropriate base for a limited edition. They went the extra mile with the bodywork and chassis but stopped short at the powertrain (not that it isn’t a great system, but it’s mostly carry over).
The Tecnica has a lot more options for carbon fiber than most Huracan variants. Almost like the Performante however it’s up to the buyer to design what they want. The Tecnica also has 30% more downforce than the 610-2 which gives it a way better track advantage. The Tecnica also has a higher top speed than the STO so we will have to see on the race twice if the Tecnica is equal to the STO or in a shock better. However so they are both great cars and sure to bring smiles to its owners.
 

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You're over analyzing and need to relax. You're not buying the holy grail of Lamborghini's, it's the entry level H variant. There's nothing special about this model and the reason why it had so much demand was because of the price point.

None of these H variants are going to skyrocket in value anytime soon. There's too many H's and they all have similar performance figures. There's also no point of guessing how many they're producing to justify future values because it means nothing when it comes to collectors. Collectors want numbered, limited edition models and none of the H's are number limited.

Enjoy your car and some worrying about production numbers. It's means nothing.
This right here. The EVO AWD is the rarest at this point. I rarely seen them, but I see dozens of the RWD. Why? Because it’s a good 70-100k difference between the two when well optioned. Tecnica has a high demand because it’s cheap like RWD, but even more features. If the Tecnica was 325-350k loaded, demand would be minimal.
 

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I'm talking about the various H variants. I've owned the 610, 580, Perf and STO and driving these cars daily I couldn't feel any difference except for the exhaust sound. The brakes felt the same. The handling felt the same. Acceleration felt the same. You might feel the difference between each of the variants if you're tracking and pushing the cars to the limit but how many owners actual push these cars to their limit. Not many.

And speaking of tracking, I attended a Lambo track event last year and they had the EVO AWD and RWD. I would say the majority of the owners had no idea which one they were tracking. Some even claimed the RWD had more grip than the AWD.

If you think the Tecnica is special and it's a big leap forward compared to other H variants, that's your business but nothing stands out at me when you compare the tech info on Lambos own website between the models. The 3.2 0-60 time is pitiful, it's 1.7" longer so nothing to write home about and most of the changes seem to be an update LVDI. In other words, it's the same old H and like every other variant it's got a new body kit and an ECU tune.
That is why I said if people do not drive these cars on the race track which make are intended for, you may not notice the difference at all. I can guarantee you that if you drove a 610-2 and a Tecnica on a race track, you would notice a HUGE difference in performance and grip.

To your comment about the individuals who couldn’t tell the difference between the performance is sadness. Some people just buy these cars for validation or self indulgence but they are more than that. You will never truly put a smile on your face until you apex into a straight and that NA10 helps you slingshot for the pass. That’s when you will understand the aero, downforce, shifting and other difference in the cars.
I’m not just a car enthusiast, I love to race 😅 as well!
 

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I can tell you 100% ogara Westlake got 20 allocations.
As far as collectible I don’t think any huracan will bed considered a “true” collectible but it will for sure maintain its value and appreciate over time. It is one of the last na v10 being produced.
20 Allocations? No way! I’m going to head down there to ask! That is insane and unfair to a lot of other dealers. When did you last check on that number?

Let’s say we go in between that 12 quoted earlier and your 20 from Westlake and we say 15 per dealer in the world. That’s 1920 Tecnica and to be honest I am not sure Lamborghini can make that many. If Lamborghini announces that they will make just 600 Steratto, they couldn’t achieve those numbers. So many Tecnica orders are being canceled, restricted to very base designs. They aren’t allowing much livery due to having to send it out to be hand painted. If it was that many per dealership, I think we would have a lot more people on here receiving one.

Maybe they did in fact tell you 20 with confidence. I’m curious to know how many of those builds actually arrive.
 

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This right here. The EVO AWD is the rarest at this point. I rarely seen them, but I see dozens of the RWD. Why? Because it’s a good 70-100k difference between the two when well optioned. Tecnica has a high demand because it’s cheap like RWD, but even more features. If the Tecnica was 325-350k loaded, demand would be minimal.
The AWD is more rare because that car was order only when it came out because of its high price. This is my AWD Huracan Evo with the performante stripe for heritage. I can tell you this car was not as aggressive as the performante but it does perform.

I expect my Tecnica to be more aggressive and responsive as the 640-4 is great to enjoy from 0-60 but not much after that as it feels very heavy. Either way, love the car.


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20 Allocations? No way! I’m going to head down there to ask! That is insane and unfair to a lot of other dealers. When did you last check on that number?

Let’s say we go in between that 12 quoted earlier and your 20 from Westlake and we say 15 per dealer in the world. That’s 1920 Tecnica and to be honest I am not sure Lamborghini can make that many. If Lamborghini announces that they will make just 600 Steratto, they couldn’t achieve those numbers. So many Tecnica orders are being canceled, restricted to very base designs. They aren’t allowing much livery due to having to send it out to be hand painted. If it was that many per dealership, I think we would have a lot more people on here receiving one.

Maybe they did in fact tell you 20 with confidence. I’m curious to know how many of those builds actually arrive.
I feel like my dealer got more then 12. But if they tell you that you got a allocation they can cancel it?
 

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There is no way,no chance for one model which is produced in thousand units in the last 8 years to be collectible,it's absurd.The Huracan is really in massive production and I mentioned in other discussion that I see them literally on every angle (in Europe) this summer.I remember how this model was 5-6 years ago and how is now at the moment,I mean that really losing prestige after all these versions around.Example for real collector's model is Countauch lp800 which cost around 3 million $,112 units in total and if someone ask how many allocations are available,the answer is 0 allocations.After 10-15 years this model will cost twice or maybe more.At the moment there are 5-6 cars available for sale in Dubai and Switzerland,but if someone want to buy now have to pay around 5-6 million.That means collectible model and at the same time very serious investment really not for everyone.Negative thing here is 10 pages with nothing constructive,only wasting of time
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There is no way,no chance for one model which is produced in thousand units in the last 8 years to be collectible,it's absurd.The Huracan is really in massive production and I mentioned in other discussion that I see them literally on every angle (in Europe) this summer.I remember how this model was 5-6 years ago and how is now at the moment,I mean that really losing prestige after all these versions around.Example for real collector's model is Countauch lp800 which cost around 3 million $,112 units in total and if someone ask how many allocations are available,the answer is 0 allocations.After 10-15 years this model will cost twice or maybe more.At the moment there are 5-6 cars available for sale in Dubai and Switzerland,but if someone want to buy now have to pay around 5-6 million.That means collectible model and at the same time very serious investment really not for everyone.Negative thing here is 10 pages with nothing constructive,only wasting of time View attachment 321347
I think I'd do something different if I have to store, maintain (maintenance), etc to a car for 10-15 years just to make a million bucks. Not worth the time, investment, patience, space, etc.
Again, like mentioned sooo many times in this thread, buy the car you want/like, drive it, enjoy it. Value will end up being what it'll be.

On another note, only in a few cities in the USA will you find/see a Lamborghini "on every angle".....99.9% of places you never see them, unless at cars & coffee once a month or an exotic car dealership/exotic car car show/event.

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