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Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato, first super sports car for any terrain

Edward Green |
Automobili Lamborghini announces the latest arrival in the Huracán family: the Huracán Sterrato is the first super sports car designed to take on any terrain beyond asphalt.

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Bold, brave, and unexpected, the Sterrato perfectly encapsulates the values at the core of Lamborghini’s DNA and redefines the sports car concept. Powered by a V10 engine reaching a maximum speed of 260 km/h, the newest Huracán delivers the ultimate driving experience with perfect grip on all kinds of terrain; the thrill is further enhanced by the presence of the Rally driving mode in the LDVI system for the first time in a Huracán. The design of the Sterrato is a call to adventure, with a height increase of 44mm to that of Huracán EVO and interiors in signature Verde Sterrato Alcantara that cater to the pilot, allowing immediate access to all control features.

A set of bespoke Bridgestone tires completes the new Huracán’s getup, providing a strong, perfect grip on gravel and tarmac and guaranteeing unparalleled performance for the ultimate exploration of new terrains. The first of its kind, the Huracán Sterrato explores a new frontier in driving pleasure, designed to push the envelope when the asphalt ends. The super sports car is equipped with a dedicated iteration of the LDVI (Lamborghini Integrated Vehicle Dynamics) system, featuring specific Strada and Sport calibrations and introducing Rally mode.

Like a work of art, it represents the leading edge of innovation: the super sports car concept imagined in a radically new way. The Huracán Sterrato interior reflects the “feel like a pilot” philosophy adopted for every Huracán model. The titanium rear arch, four-point safety harness, carbon bi-shell sports seats and aluminum floor mats invite the driver into a space made for adventure. The driver has full control of functions from behind the wheel, with displays inside the vehicle offering intuitive access to information.

Lamborghini Connect provides Huracán Sterrato pilots with a system that monitors multiple functions, even remotely (speed and movement perimeter management). The new super sports car opens up unexplored paths of connectivity and technology to further enhance the driving experience. With Drive Recorder, you can take photographs and record videos to capture every moment of your unforgettable on-the-road, racetrack or off-road adventure. And the driving experience can continue remotely with Board Diaries, the digital memory book integrated into the Lamborghini Unica app.

Production for the limited-edition Huracán Sterrato is set to begin in February 2023, with 1499 units planned.


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