There’s no ifs or buts about it, the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato is absolute madness.
No matter what you put in front of it, the off-road supercar takes it all in its stride.
And that includes launching the Sterrato of a jump on a dirt road.
As crazy as it sounds, that’s exactly what YouTuber Mark McCann demonstrated in a recent video.
Keen to see how much off-roading the sueprcar could handle, he headed to one of the toughest off-road courses in the world: Cown Quarry.
With terrain so rugged it wouldn’t look out of place on another planet, the 150-acre quarry in the UK is the perfect proving ground.
But, before putting the Lambo to work, McCann took the time to PPF the Sterrato.
Ok, he may have only used duct tape, but he made the effort and that’s what counts.
The PPF didn’t make a difference, though, as it wasn’t long before the terrain started to take its toll on the supercar.
At one point, McCann nearly ripped off a part of the supercar’s front fender.
Clearly, there was a good reason the Italian automaker carried out its first drives of the Huracán Sterrato on dirt and sand trails.
The supercar’s ride height means it’s not really fit to tackle rutted trails in the same way a Jeep Wrangler or Land Rover would.
So, McCann took the Sterrato to a dirt track of his own making to give it another try.
He completed a couple of runs – one which caused the car’s ABS system to malfunction and fail – before finally jumping the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato.
We’re not going to lie, it looked pretty damn impressive, although it made a decently hard landing.
It really just goes to show how kuch fun you can have when money is no object.
We say that because McCann actually performed the stunt in his own personal Sterrato, not some press car he was thrown the keys to.