Recently published photos with an almost serial prototype of the Italian supercar Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato. The car managed to be filmed close enough so that it can be viewed in all detail.
Since its public presentation in December 2014, several versions of the Huracan supercar have been released. The last one has not yet been presented, as many test prototypes have been seen at different times in different situations. We’re talking about the Huracan Sterrato, a V10—engined version of the supercar that got a higher ground clearance.
“The Huracan Sterrato concept presented three years ago has not yet been put into mass production.”
Thanks to YouTube blogger Varix, the Huracan test car was spotted leaving the Lamborghini factory, which is believed to be the production form of the Sterrato variant.
The Huracan Sterrato test car is completely covered with white camouflage in order to hide all-important design changes. However, upon closer inspection, some details are revealed, such as a noticeable increase in ground clearance, a roof trunk, convex arch extensions, and an air intake that lets air into the engine behind the seats.
All of these elements are present on the test mule seen during cold-weather testing, except the LED panel mounted on the front hood. What is noticeable in the published video is the angular wings of the proposed production version, reminiscent of the 2019 Huracan Sterrato concept.
Speaking of concept, the Sterrato has the same characteristics as the Huracan Evo in conceptual form.
The Huracan Sterrato, capable of driving “off-road,” is expected to make its debut soon among the four new Lamborghini to be unveiled this year, as CEO Stefan Winkelmann hinted. There are no specific deadlines, but the one who uploaded the video above-mentioned that this should happen in August. According to preliminary rumors, production will be limited from 500 to 1000 units.