Lamborghini has been selling more and more cars every year, which means that 2016 was its best yet, with 3,457 cars sold last year. This is a seven percent increase over the year before that, and 2016 marked the sixth consecutive year of growth for the Sant’Agata Bolognese supercar manufacturer.

With just two model lines filling its product roster, Lamborghini delivered 2,353 Huracans in 2016, while in the same year 1,104 Aventadors were delivered – the 6,000th Aventador was rolled out in December. In the marque’s largest market by volume, the United States, 1,041 vehicles were delivered last year.

Prior to the Volkswagen Group’s acquisition of Lamborghini in 1999, the supercar maker was producing less than a thousand units annually, with volume breaching four figures in 2003 with the help of the then-recently launched Gallardo. Following a dip in 2009, annual sales rebounded to 2,530 units in 2014.

On their own, the Huracan and Aventador model lines could well carry continued growth for Lamborghini, but the supercar maker isn’t leaving it at that. With the arrival of the Urus SUV set for next year, the third model line looks set to help the brand double its annual sales figures, and, possibly just as the Cayenne did for Porsche, greater profits for even broader expansion of Lamborghini’s own product lines.