Lamborghini said its worldwide deliveries of super sports cars rose by 30% last year to 2,083 units but remained shy of pre-crisis highs.
The Italian carmaker, which is owned by Volkswagen, said deliveries were up by half in its top US market and up by 34% in Europe despite the region's financial crisis.
Revenues for the year were up 46% to €469m.
The car company sold a record 2,430 cars in 2008 before the global economic crisis devastated the luxury market.
Last year's sales comprised 922 new Aventador LP 700-4 and 1,161 Gallardos. Lamborghini previewed the one-off Lamborghini Venenos at the Geneva Motor Show last week to mark its 50th anniversary.