There is a photo of the Lamborghini supercar Huracan Sterrato adapted to off-road terrain in social networks: wheel arches are widened, there is additional air intake on the roof, rails, bumper, and side skirts protection, and also LED blocks in rally style. Sterrato’s premiere date hasn’t been named, but some special version of the Huracan should be shown on April 12.
A spy shot shows that the production Huracan Sterrato will be very close to the same-named concept from three years ago. The off-road coupe will be even more extreme than expected because during tests the car lacked plastic plates on fenders and the shape of the front bumper was different.
Off-road supercar Lamborghini will have steel inserts at the bottom of side skirts and bumpers, in the color palette will be added “militaristic” shades, and in addition to regular headlights will be installed LED additional blocks on the edges of the front logo. The already compact luggage compartment will become even smaller, but on the roof, it will be possible to place a small box – the rails will contribute to the convenience of attachment.
We assume that the Huracan Sterrato will be based on the Evo version, that is, under the hood will remain a 640-horsepower (600 Nm) 5.2-liter V10 diesel engine. It is logical to predict all-wheel drive transmission, increased ground clearance, and extended track.
The penultimate special version of the Lamborghini Huracan will be shown on April 12, but it was thought that the “track” modification Tecnica would debut next week. If the insider is correct, the Sterrato cross-supercar will complete the eight-year life cycle of the Huracan.