Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato
Lamborghini has dropped the first teaser of the Huracan Sterrato; unlike other Huracans, the Sterrato will feature roof rails and a generous ground clearance to tackle some bumpy roads, while it is hard to miss the plastic body cladding tacked onto the fenders.
The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato concept was unveiled in 2019 and hinted at the brand’s intention of doing something more adventurous with the Huracan range. Earlier this year, a few spy images of a comparatively high-riding Lamborghini test mule surfaced online, confirming that a production version of the Lamborghini Sterrato was on the cards. And then finally, Lamborghini dropped the first teaser of the Huracan Serrato.
Unlike the other Huracans, the Sterrato will feature roof rails and a generous ground clearance to tackle the bumpy roads, while it is hard to miss the plastic body cladding tacked onto the fenders.
The extra lights at the front and roof scoop make the Sterrato stand out even more, and the company has confirmed that the concept’s name will be carried over for the production model. Then, the adapted uniform refers to the outdoorsy Huracan as being “brave, unexpected and authentic”, while the video shows a well-protected underbody to better handle rough terrain. The air intakes on the other side have been redesigned, and so are rear louvres and reshaped bumpers. We can also presume that there will be a recalibrated all-wheel-drive (AWD) system and a toughened-up suspension.
It will sit 47mm higher on bespoke 20-inch wheels attached to the wider rear and front tracks. The Serrato concept was based on the Huracan Evo, which came with a 640 bhp V10, AWD system, torque vectoring, and all-wheel steering. The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato will follow the road-going Technica and the track-only GT3 EC02 and could be the last iteration of the Huracan family.